Code civil des Français (CC)

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Présentation de l'éditeur Le code civil des Français, appelé usuellement code civil (C.Civ. ou CC) ou aussi code Napoléon (d'après la loi de 1807), regroupe les lois relatives au droit civil français, c’est-à-dire l'ensemble des règles qui déterminent le statut des personnes (I), celui des biens (II) et celui des relations entre les personnes (III) privées. Promulgué le 21 mars 1804 (30 ventôse an XII), par Napoléon Bonaparte, il reprend une partie des articles de la coutume de Paris et du droit écrit du Sud de la France. Modifié et augmenté à de nombreuses reprises à partir de la IIIe République, la plupart des articles primitifs des titres II et III subsistent. Le code civil constitue le statut personnel des citoyens français, de leurs familles et de leurs relations, excepté pour les Français habitant à Mayotte, la Nouvelle-Calédonie et Wallis-et-Futuna qui, en vertu de l'article 75 de la Constitution de 1958, n'ont pas opté pour le statut de droit commun et qui possèdent le statut civil coutumier. Également, le code Napoléon est toujours en vigueur dans l'île Maurice, laissé en place après la conquête britannique, même s'il a quelque peu évolué par la suite.
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Aegitas
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Published on
Feb 26, 2014
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Pages
317
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ISBN
9785990338814
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Language
French
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Genres
Law / Civil Law
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