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Peruvian Civil Code This definition states that comparative law is an art or technique, and refers only to legislation without taking into account the case law, enforcement, and legal practice, and no reference is made to find the differences between different legal systems and the causes of the similarities and differences. The Legal Vocabulary conducted under the direction of Henri Capitant was determined that the law is the branch compared to the science of law aimed at the systematic comparison of the legal institutions of various countries. This definition states that the right is a field of law but as stated above comparative law is not a branch of the law also refers only to the comparison of legal institutions, however, comparative law can also be made regarding legal rules (codes can be comparisons of different States, for example when comparing the Peruvian Civil Code of 1984 with the Italian Civil Code of 1942, or codes of the same State, for example when comparing the Peruvian Civil Code 1984 Peruvian Civil Code 1936), jurisprudence, enforcement, and legal custom. For the record that there are several authors that define comparative law as a branch of law. Garcia Maynez on comparative law states: As the name implies, this discipline is the comparative study of institutions and legal systems of different places or times, in order to identify common features and differences that exist among them, and result of that review findings on the evolution of such institutions or systems and criteria for their improvement and reform.

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