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A digest of the civil laws now in force in the territory of Orleans

A digest of the civil laws now in force in the territory of Orleans

with alterations and amendments adapted to its present system of government

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Published by Printed by Bradford & Anderson, Printers to the Territory in New Orleans .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Civil law -- Louisiana

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby authority
    SeriesSelected Americana from Sabin"s Dictionary of books relating to America, from its discovery to the present time -- 42218
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Paginationv, xxi, 491 p.
    Number of Pages491
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14632501M

      The Digest of the Civil Laws Now in Force in the Territory of Orleans of prohibited marriages between whites and free people of color in Louisiana. Dormenon faced disbarment if convicted by the Superior Court of the grave, racialized charges against him. This was the first civil code, anywhere in the world, to be drafted in the wake of the Napoleonic codification. It still has a significant influence not only in the United States but also in Quebec, Latin America, and Spain. The Digest of the Civil Laws now in Force in the Territory .

    Sweeney, Tournament of Scholars over the Sources of the Civil Code of , 46 TUL. L. REV. (); Yiannopoulos, supra note 2, at xxiii, xxvii-xxx. See also A REPRINT OF MOREAU LISLET'S COPY OF A DIGEST OF THE CIVIL LAWS Now IN FORCE IN THE TERRITORY OF ORLEANS (photo. reprint ) ( de la Vergne volume). [Vol. Code Napoleon (French Civil Code) approved. A Digest of the Civil Laws now in Force in the Territory of Orleans (the Civil Code of , a.k.a. ʺThe Digestʺ) approved. Paul Krueger’s Iustiniani Institutiones published. Theodor Mommsen’s Digesta Iustiniani Augusti published.

      ↑Preliminary work in the preparation of a new civil code had been done by James Brown and Moreau Lislet, who in reported a Digest of the Civil Laws now in force in the Territory of Orleans with Alterations and Amendments adapted to the present Form of Government ".   The LSU International Law Society and the Center of Civil Law Studies are presenting a program to commemorate the bicentennial of the Digest of The program will take place on Thursday, October 23rd, from p.m. to p.m in Room of the Paul M. Hebert Law Center at LSU. The speakers for the program will be Prof. Olivier Moréteau, Agustín Parise, and .


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Territory of Orleans. Digest of the civil laws now in force in the territory of Orleans. New Orleans: Printed by Bradford & Anderson, Printers to the Territory. (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Territory of Orleans.

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A Reprint of Moreau Lislet's Copy of A Digest of the Civil Laws now in force in the Territory of Orleans ()-"The de la Vergne Volume." The Louisiana State University Law School and the Tulane University School of Law, Not for sale.

Author: Robert A. Pascal Created Date: 9/26/ PMAuthor: Robert A. Pascal. A Reprint of Moreau Lislet's Copy of A Digest of the Civil Laws Now in Force in the Territory of Orleans (), Containing Manuscript References to Its Sources and Other Civil Laws on the Same Subjects (The de la Vergne Volume).

Second reprinting with additions, Claitor's Publishing Division, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, $Author: Robert A. Pascal. the Digest of the Civil Laws Now in force in the territory of Orleans,ch. 29, in A CTS P ASSED AT THE F IRST S ESSION OF THE S ECOND L EGISLATURE OF THE T ERRITORY OF O RLEANS (New-Orleans: Bradford & Anderson Printers, ).

—A Digest of the Civil Laws Now in Force in the Territory of Orleans () I. INTRODUCTION Philosophically and juridically, the construct of a slave—a “person with a price”—contains multiple ambiguities. Placing the category of slave among the distinctions of persons “established by law,” the Digest of the Civil Laws Now in.

Alphabetical digest of cases relating to crown lands and cognate matters [microform] / by George Kennedy Martindale-Hubbell law digest A digest of the civil laws now in force in the Territory of Orleans [microform]: with alterations and a.

The first Louisiana civil code, Digeste de la Loi Civile, was written in French by attorneys James Brown, Louis Moreau-Lislet, and Edward Livingston and subsequently translated into English as The Digest of the Civil Laws now in Force in the Territory of Orleans, or more commonly the Digest of The page shown here is from Book I, Title VI, Chapter 3, Arti "Of Slaves." [Louis Moreau-Lislet and James Brown.

Digest of Civil Laws Now in Force in the Territory of Orleans (New Orleans, )] View a page from this book. work under the title of “A Digest of the Civil Laws now in Force in the Territory of Orleans, with Alterations and Amendments Adapted to its Present Form of Government.” The Digest, known as the Louisiana Civil Code ofgained Claiborne's approval.

It was published in both French and English, but the English version was merely aFile Size: 75KB. Rare Books Blog Legal history on the web “On the occasion of the Bicentennial of the Louisiana Digest ofthe Paul M. Hebert Law Center’s Center for Civil Law Studies has published an electronic version of the Digest of the Civil Laws now in Force in the Territory of Orleans (enacted on Ma ) on its Civil Law Online.

It did not. Louisiana was born a colony of France inand was considered part of the vice-royalty of New France. Sincethe King ended the diversity of laws in the colonies, mirroring the diversity of laws in France, and enforced only on.

From the “Fundamentals of Louisiana Notarial Law and Practice”, ed., pp. 16–17 (the state required study guide (all pages of it) for the Louisiana notary exam, and, yes, we were responsible to know the entire book for the exam): Origins F. A Digest of the Civil Laws Now in Force in the Territory of Orleans (Kerr and Moreau Lislet) search Carleton, Henry; The Laws of Las Siete Partidas search Claiborne, William Charles Coles; letters to.

From Vicenç Feliú, Paul M. Hebert Law Center Library, Louisiana State University: “On the occasion of the Bicentennial of the Louisiana Digest ofthe Paul M. Hebert Law Center’s Center for Civil Law Studies has published an electronic version of the Digest of the Civil Laws now in Force in the Territory of Orleans (enacted on March.

some students of Louisiana’s legal history to see the Digest of the Civil Laws Now in force in the Territory of Orleans ofunderstood as based on the French Code civil, as marking a puzzling change in the law, even if it did contain some Spanish material.3 1. See, e.g., Elizabeth Gaspar Brown, Law and Government in the “Louisiana.

A digest of the civil laws now in force in the territory of Orleans with alterations and amendments adapted to its present system of government Published: () Lancaster Ave., Villanova, PA Contact.

The annotations, therefore, lend support -- they argued -- to the conclusion that the Digest was indeed in substance primarily a digest of Spanish laws in force in the Territory of Orleans ineven though the formal source of many of its provisions was the French Code Civil or one if its projects.”.

French on two factors. The Louisiana drafters of the Digest of the Civil LAWS in Force in the Territory of Orleans certainly used the French Civil Code of and its preliminary draft, or Projet ofas wdels of form and - style.

In addition they used the .Printed volumes consist of a copy of the Digest of Civil Laws now in Force in the Territory of Orleans (); The de la Vergne Volume (Baton Rouge, ) [see LLMVC KFL30 A22] and Lavoisne, Atlas, Being a General Guide to History(Philadelphia, ) [on microfilm].3Acts Passed at the Second Session of the First Legislature of the Territory of Orleans () (New Orleans, ), p.

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