List of Country Legal Systems

List Of Country Legal Systems

The legal systems of the world today are generally based on one of three basic systems: civil law, common law, and religious law – or combinations of these. However, the legal system of each country is shaped by its unique history and so incorporates individual variations.

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List Of Country Legal Systems - Systems By Geography
... Despite the usefulness of different classifications, every legal system has its own individual identity ... Below are groups of legal systems, categorised by their geography ... Click the "show" buttons on the right for the lists of countries ...

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