Erfahrungen und Perspektiven zwischen Deutschland, Polen und den lusitanischen Rechten
Philosophische und historische Grundlagen der Idee des Allgemeinen Teils Der allgemeine Teil: Physik und Metaphysik. Zivilistik in Zeiten der Dekodifikation Tomasz Giaro Abstracts The general part of civil law, which during the 19th century moved from legal dogmatics to European civil codes, is due to the efforts of the German Pandectists to make civil law a science. The outcome of this process was the general part of the German Civil Code (BGB), a result of generalization and abstraction of the existing normative material. The general part influenced the remaining sectors of private law and the entire legal order as well. This influence can still be seen today in the popularity of the expression “general part of civil law” or even “general part of private law”, usually replacing the more positiv- istic formula “general part of the civil code”. The dogmatic fruitfulness of the general part is analysed with respect to the problem of legal entities in Germany and in Poland which are granted legal capacity, but which lack legal personality. However, the present phenomenon of so-called decodification overshadows the future significance not only of the general part, but also of the civil law as a whole. Y£ =*$ = * % ; ; l- =! ; ! %! ; ! ±Q± !$ "; ; ¦ % £ =* != = ¥¬¥ ; * o- =* # ;$= !% ! = % % na dalsze sektory prawa prywatnego, a nawet n % $ % = *% % £ @ £ =* =¦ # =¦ ;$= =% #; $ ; !;$$ £ =*$ =¦ \ £ =! =*; ; % ;$ >! \ ; = ; ;$ £ #£ $ ¢k- @ # ; ; ¤ *@ %! * =*; ; %= = A “parte geral” do direito civil, que, durante o século 19, passou da dogmática jurídica para os Códigos...
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