LEGAL HISTORY OF MEXICO FROM THE ERA OF EXPLORATION OF THE NEW WORLD TO THE PRESENT
Item #: 1000144
Published: Getzville; William S. Hein & Co., Inc.; 2017.
Subjects: FOREIGN LAW, LEGAL HISTORY
This book is an important and comprehensive guide to the historical periods of Mexico: Aztec Empire; Conquest; Colonial; Independence; French Occupation; Post-French Occupation; Porfidio Diaz; Revolutionary; Post-Revolution Period; PRI; and Current. It covers the origins and legal basis of the laws (constitutional, criminal, civil, commercial, administrative law and procedures), and the legal institution of each of the historical periods (executive, legislative, judicial), giving citations to all of the primary documents and secondary materials. This book also discusses the laws as written and as applied in the society of the time and mentions the important personages of each period with sources for further investigation.
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