EVOLUTION OF CHINESE LAW SOURCES
Keywords:Chinese law, The Tang Code, The North Zhou Code, The Cao Wei Code, The West Jin Code.
The monumentality and consistency of Chinese law principles little known in the study of European law is fascinated by clarity, discipline, timeliness, and, last but not least, can be a reference in understanding the defining elements of the current legal system.
The age and stability of the first Chinese law rules urges the search for and research of documents of immeasurable value in the evolution of the universal history of law.
Understanding the place and the role of the Chinese law system can lead to the opening and drawing of interesting connections with contemporary law systems.
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