Translation of civil law in Spanish:

civil law

derecho civil, n.

noun

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    derecho civil masculine
    • But it would be unsafe to state the rule by reference to a distinction between matters of civil law and criminal law, because offences are often defined in such a way as to blur the two.
    • This is a public health, criminal, and civil law crisis of staggering proportions that few, if any, have fully comprehended.
    • Of course, there is always the sanction of prosecutions or civil suits, and those must always remain the primary sanction for any breach of the criminal or civil law.
    • I did a fair amount of criminal law and civil law, but generally it was conveyancing.
    • The civil law is based on religious law in many of its parts.
    • Because you'll have the government trying to say it's about military law and not civil law.
    • The law regulates sexuality through three major legal paradigms: criminal law, civil law, and child welfare law.
    • The paper also says that the new draft decrees that family law on the likes of divorce and marriage would be ‘decided either by religious law or civil law as an individual chooses’.
    • Punishment is a function par excellence of the criminal law, rather than civil law.
    • Most notably, civil law directly regulates relationships to the extent that it recognizes and distinguishes among different types of relationships.
    • In other words, there is no distinction between the privilege arising in the context of civil law, criminal law, or any other area of law.
    • But over the centuries, the U.S. judicial system has amply demonstrated its ability to adapt to new, complex problems in criminal and civil law.
    • The point being that they were used to a civil law system rather than that they were inappropriate to sit on a jury.
    • The virtue of justice, in matters of criminal and civil law, falls upon the state to administer.
    • The law generally does so through two sets of laws: criminal and civil law.
    • The first four prove that the Commandments are religious rules, not civil law.
    • The Act therefore melds the criminal law and civil law very closely together and appears to provide a choice of remedies to meet the needs and preferences of victims.
    • What's the difference between civil law and criminal law?
    • However, it is possible that the efficiency of the criminal and civil law relating to fraud could be increased by the development of rules applying specifically to fraud in companies.
    • Do you need a recess to freshen up on the finer points of civil law, Counselor?