Antecedentes históricos constitucionales canadienses

The evolution of Canada Constitution shows the development of Canada's history itself. Through the study of the constitutional historical antecedents one can see the efforts undertaken by its people, with different legal systems and cultures, to establish the governmental and institutional procedure... Deskribapen osoa

Egile nagusia: Matheus Samper, Luisa
Formatua: Artikulua
Hizkuntza: Gaztelania
Argitaratua: Universidad del Norte: Ediciones Uninorte 2004
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Laburpena: The evolution of Canada Constitution shows the development of Canada's history itself. Through the study of the constitutional historical antecedents one can see the efforts undertaken by its people, with different legal systems and cultures, to establish the governmental and institutional procedure forms ruling Canada. The actual legal system has its origin mostly in the English system. Which was brought to North America by the British Empire and in less proportion in the French system brought by French colonizers. One can also stress the constitutional evolution of the system developed by early Canadian natives and the protection the present constitutional system has recognized for their culture, rights and treaties subscribed with them. With the exception of Quebec, whose civil law is grounded on the Napoleon Code adopted in France, penal law and civil law in force in Canada are derived from the English law and consuetudinary right.