Legal Systems

That is, in this definition of comparative law we may note that refers to the similarities and differences in legal systems, there is no reference to the determination of the cause, but makes reference to the contribution of comparative law consisting conclusions the evolution of such institutions or systems and criteria for their improvement and reform. It is also necessary to refer to comparative law compare institutions or legal systems, but also compares comparative law jurisprudence, enforcement, legal framework and legal traditions. That is, after studying the above definitions of comparative law, we can conclude that there are as many foreign authors devoted to the study of comparative law to authors. Of all the definitions that have served previously studied to understand and study comparative law and its importance, we can say that comparative law is not a branch of law, involves the application of the comparative method and includes not only the comparative study of laws, especially that not all legal systems the law prevails as the source of law, but only in Germanic Roman family to which belongs the Peruvian legal system in which for many authors is taken as a source for various legal research Codes (such as the Penal Code, Civil Code, Civil Procedural Code, the Code of Professional Procedure, the Professional Procedure Code or other codes), or other rules of positive law as the General Law of the Bankruptcy System or the General Administrative Procedure Act or the Municipalities Act or the General Corporation Law or the Securities Act.

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