Code Of Civil Law

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That is, the Peruvian Penal Code of 1991 enshrines the principle of legality in professional law in Peru. The Peruvian Penal Code of 1991 approved by Legislative Decree 635, it is necessary to clarify which is divided into three books which are as follows: 1) The Book I is devoted to the general part of professional offenses. 2) The Book II is devoted to the special part of each of the offenses. 3) The Book III is dedicated to faults. Therefore we can affirm that in Book II of the Peruvian Penal Code of 1991 is anticipated and sanctions various crimes which are grouped as crimes against life, body and health, crimes against property, among other crimes.

However, as pointed out earlier each State Penal Code foresees and sanctions are not always the same crimes, so it is possible that certain human activity is a crime in one State and another State is not a crime. Another example is the case of civil law in which we can determine that the different legal systems do not regulate the same real rights, in this sense we can determine that within the family Germanic Roman positive law of each state determines what actual rights each State, for which you will need to take into account the Code Civil relevant if it is real rights in some states. Another example is the case within the civil law of acquisitive prescription domain that is not devoted the same in all states such domain acquisitive prescription is not enshrined in the same way in Peru and Germany, as in Peruvian law is easier to acquire a good domain acquisitive prescription.


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