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according to article 39 paragraph 2 of Codified Law 2190/1920,
Approval of the basic terms of agreement with individuals of articles 23a and 24 of Codified Law 2190/1920 and granting of a proxy for signing the relevant the particular agreement
The Aldama Report has attempted to implement reform through a means that will both function within the tradition of codified law and be accepted by a culture which has traditionally given a great deal of freedom to controlling shareholders and managers.
Yet both elements of the regulatory environment are quite new; codified law is still underdeveloped and varies greatly amon g different regions and industrial sectors (Lubman, 1999).
On the other hand, human-rights NGOs are driven by internationally recognized principles and standards and codified law (p.
In the near future, it is quite possible that Illinois will join the vast majority of states with a codified law of evidence analogous to the Federal Rules of Evidence.
Al Menhali said that there is no codified law which automatically grants expatriates residency ifAathey purchase properties.
These large 'statues' of vases establish a commemorative atmosphere, using their archaic form to invoke the tradition of the human community bound by codified law, from early Babylon and Jerusalem to the basilicas of ancient Rome.
According to the author, "phonetic writing or the alphabet created the conditions for codified law, monotheism, abstract science, deductive logic, the printing press, and the Industrial Revolution" (p.
It is noted that a new invitation shall not be published for the above adjourned meetings according to article 29 of Codified Law 2190/1920.
Common law systems are still fundamentally based on case law while civil law systems are based on codified law, but these distinctions are eroding.
This mixture is evident, for example, in the combination of codified law and precedent-based law.
Codified Law 2190/1920, up to an amount not exceeding 5% of
There are innumerable different legal systems within Latin America that largely follow codified law.
During the 20th century, legal scholars have viewed them in the context of codified law maintained by and for elite jurists, and ancient historians have viewed them within the context of social interactions of commerce and trade, says Plessis (law, U.