Common Law question

Common Law question

Postby sandruzzo » Thu May 07, 2009 1:24 pm

hi all

I know that in UK there is a real law called "Common Law" as Common Sense Law.I'm living in Italy,and I'm wondering if there is such a Law Here.I've read that here there is "Civil Law",is that true??can I Claim here (Italy)that the only Law I recognize is Common law??


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Re: Common Law question

Postby MikeThomas » Thu May 07, 2009 4:19 pm

Hi Sandruzzo;
From what I've read so far, I believe that all countrys have a 'Common Law', although in the UK we have the law of 'Habeus Corpus' I think in Italy you have the law of 'Corpus Juris'. Google both terms to find out exactly what they mean.
Hope that's some help
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Re: Common Law question

Postby Veronica » Thu May 07, 2009 4:23 pm

'Corpus Juris' is the Napleonic 'Law' that the EU are implementing.

The basic premise is "You are guilty until you prove you are innocent". (Quite how you are supposed to do that is impossible to imagine. But then ... that was Napoleon. The Nazi Wet Dream ... of course. The implementation of this schema has been slowly taking place here for decades. Helped, of course, by the Policymen)

It is the exact inverse of Common Law.
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