Crib on the history of the state and law of foreign pages

Affiliates: 0,09 $how to earn
Pay with:
i agree with "Terms for Customers"
Sold: 0
Uploaded: 24.01.2009
Content: shpora_istor_gos_prava_zarubezh_stran.pdf 869,41 kB
Loyalty discount! If the total amount of your purchases from the seller wmlab more than:
10 $the discount is30%
5 $the discount is15%
If you want to know your discount rate, please provide your email:


Crib on the history of the state and law of foreign pages

Crib on the history of state and law of foreign countries. Topics are divided by columns of the same size to print on both sides, to choose the optimal font size.

1. Aims and objectives of the discipline History of State and Law of foreign countries
2. Subject and method of history of state and law of foreign countries
3. Formation of a single centralized state of Ancient Egypt
4. The political system of Ancient Egypt
5. The system of government in Ancient Egypt
6. The emergence of ancient India and the formation of caste division varna
7. Organization of state power in ancient India. The judiciary and the army of ancient India
8. The formation and main stages of development of the state in ancient China. Social strata of ancient China
9. The apparatus of state power in ancient China. Judicial system and the army
10. Characteristics of Ancient Greece as a state. The internal organization of ancient Greece (ancient city)
11. The slave-owning democracy in Athens
12. Reforms of the main thinkers of ancient Greece of Solon, Cleisthenes, Ephialtes, Pericles
13. The control system in Athens
14. The political system in Sparta (aristocratic republic). The control system in Sparta
15. The formation of the state in ancient Rome
16. Reforms of Servius Tullius. Licinius law
17. The main public authorities of the Roman Republic
18. Rome during the Empire
19. The main features of law of Ancient Greece
20. The main features of law of Ancient Rome
21. Laws XII tables
22. The activities of Roman jurists. Guy institution and legislation of Justinian
23. Public and private Roman law. Legal regulation of property relations
24. General characteristics of the medieval state and the right
25. The role of cities and the Church in the process of formation of medieval European states
26. The formation of the feudal state of France. The estate unit of France
27. Reform of Louis IX. Estate-representative monarchy
28. The sources of law in France. Rulebook Kutyumy Bovezi
29. Legal regulation of feudal property
30. Criminal law in France. Great March Ordinance
31. Urban and family law in France
32. The stage of historical development in Germany in the Middle Ages
33. The system of Prussia and Austria. Reichstag. The Constitution of Prussia 1850
34. Customary laws and judicial practice in German law. The statutes of the emperor. Urban right
35. Criminal and civil law in Germany. Carolina
36. ^ Magna Carta in 1215 the Parliament and the local authorities in England
37. Features of English absolutism
38. The sources of law in England
39. The norms of canon law and the trade as sources of the medieval law of England
40. The statutes, case law, legal treatises English
41. Formation of the two systems of law and justice total tonnes.
42. The feudal land rights
43. Medieval Byzantium at various stages of development
44. The socio-political system of Byzantium
45. The political system of Byzantium. The position and role of the church

Additional information

46. \u200b\u200bThe central and local governments in Byzantium
47. General characteristics of the medieval state in the East
48. Formation and development of the Arab Caliphate
49. Development of the State medieval Japan
50. The political system in Japan
51. Sources of Japanese right
52. Features of the formation and development of Islamic law
53. The main features of the state of medieval China. The specificity of the legal system and the Army of China
54. The emergence of the bourgeois state in England
55. The Bill of Rights of the 1689 electoral reform in England (1832-1885 biennium).
56. Formation of a parliamentary monarchy in England
57. The right of bourgeois England
58. The administration in the North American colonies of England
59. Declaration of 1776 War of Independence
60. The United States Constitution in 1787 and its basic principles
61. The civil war of 1861-1865. and amendments to the US Constitution
62. The French bourgeois revolution of 1789-1794
63. Declaration of the Rights of Man in 1789 the Constitution of France 1791
64. The power of the Girondins
65. Jacobin dictatorship
66. The establishment of the Constitution of Year III of the Constitution, the Republic and VII of the First French Empire
67. From July Monarchy to the presidential form of government
68. The Paris Commune of 1871
69. Third Republic in France (1871-1900 biennium).
70. Formation of Germany as a bourgeois state
71. Creation of the German Empire. Constitution of Germany 1871
72. Bourgeois reforms in Japan and its political system
73. The Constitution of Japan 1889
74. Establishment of the bourgeois judicial system in Japan. New Army Japan
75. The specifics of the legal system of the United States in the XX. The functioning of the legal system of the United States in the XX century.
76. The evolution of the US legal system. Codification of the Law
77. The civil, contractual, business, corporate law in the United States
78. Development of labor and criminal law in the US
79. The formation of the Weimar Republic in Germany
80. The fascist dictatorship in Germany
81. Features of the Federal Republic of Germany
82. The development of legal systems in Germany in recent times
83. France. The fall of the Third Republic in the XX century
84. France after the Second World War
85. The functioning of the legal system in France in the XIX and XX centuries
86. Italy and its legal system in recent times
87. Formation and functioning of the state and legal system of China in modern times
88. Features of government in France in sovremennoe'vremya
89. The Board of Japan in modern times
90. Characteristics of the current government in the United States


No feedback yet.
In order to counter copyright infringement and property rights, we ask you to immediately inform us at the fact of such violations and to provide us with reliable information confirming your copyrights or rights of ownership. Email must contain your contact information (name, phone number, etc.)