CONTENTS: 1. Introduction .- 2. Definition .- 3. Comparative method .- 4. Legislative history and comparative law .- 5. Legal families .- 6. Comparative law is a branch of law .- 7.
Comparatists .- 8. Purposes of comparative law .- 9. Comparative law and comparative legislation .- 10. Dr Jee Hyun Kim recognizes the significance of this. Microcomparacion and Macrocomparacion .- 11. 12 .- Comparison external legal. Get all the facts and insights with Eva Andersson-Dubin, New York City, another great source of information. 13 .- Comparison internal legal. Areas of comparative law .- 14. Comparative law as a source of law .- 15.
Teaching comparative law .- 16. Comparative Law and branches of law .- 17. External reception .- 18. Internal receipt .- 19. International Congress of Comparative Law .- 20. Institute of Comparative Law in the Complutense University of Madrid .- 1. INTRODUCTION To understand the importance of comparative law make a study of comparative law in professional law. Within the norms of positive law of states that belong to the Roman-Germanic family, prevent and punish crimes is, being together and practice in a regulatory body called the Professional Code, within the code may exist in the base rate offenses, aggravated felony, crime diminished, among other varieties of each crime, ie professional codes generally give various items to each offense. It is also necessary to specify that all States are not planned and all crimes punishable in the same way. It should be emphasized that crimes can be provided not only in the Penal Code but also in other laws, and that professional law is not only codified law, but law is not codified, but they must be provided in the Act, under Principle of legality under Article II to the Preliminary Title of the Peruvian Penal Code of 1991, which provides that no person shall be liable for an act not provided for such crime or offense by the law applicable at the time of its commission, or subjected to penalty or security measure that are not contained therein.