Digest of the civil laws now in force in the Territory of Orleans (1808)
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Digest of the civil laws now in force in the Territory of Orleans (1808) containing manuscript references to its source and other civil laws on the same subjects. The De la Vergne volume. by

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Published by Claitor"s Pub. Division in Baton Rouge .
Written in English

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  • Louisiana.

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  • Law -- Louisiana.

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Edition Notes

ContributionsMoreau Lislet, Louis.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsKFL30 1808 .A22
The Physical Object
Paginationv, xxi, 535 p.
Number of Pages535
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4738493M
LC Control Number78031644

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A DIGEST OF THE CIVIL LAWS NOW IN FORCE IN THE TERRITORY OF ORLEANS () By GEORGE L. BILBE Assistant Professor of Law Loyola University New Orleans, Louisiana This volume is a photolithographic reproduction of a distinctive copy of the Louisiana Digest or Civil Code of It includes, in. The Digest of the Civil Laws now in Force in the Territory of Orleans was enacted on Ma It is now made accessible online, on occasion of the Bicentennial of what is often described as the first Louisiana civil code. The original French and the English translation can be viewed separately or together on the same screen. A Digest of the civil laws now in force in the Territory of Orleans (); containing manuscript references to its source and other civil laws on the same subjects. The De la Vergne volume. A Digest of the civil laws now in force in the Territory of Orleans (); containing manuscript references to its sources and other civil laws on the same subjects.

A digest of the civil laws now in force in the territory of Orleans: with alterations and amendments adapted to its present system of government (Microform, ) [] Get this from a library! A digest of the civil laws now in force in the territory of Orleans: with alterations and amendments adapted to its present system of government. [Louis Moreau Lislet; James Brown; Territory of Orleans.]. A digest of the civil laws now in force in the territory of Orleans: with alterations and amendments adapted to its present system of government Author: Territory of Orleans. work under the title of “A Digest of the Civil Laws now in Force in the Territory of Orleans, with Alterations and Amendments Adapted to its Present Form of Government.” The Digest, known as the Louisiana Civil Code of , gained Claiborne's approval. It was published in both French and English, but the English version was merely aFile Size: 75KB. Moreau-Lislet to codify "the civil law by which this territory is now governed". In March , the legislature enacted "A Digest of the Civil Law now in Force in the Territory of Orleans, with Alterations and Amendments Adapted to its Present System of Government"2.

Territory of Orleans. Digest of the civil laws now in force in the territory of Orleans with alterations and amendments adapted to its present system of government. New Orleans: Printed by Bradford & Anderson, Printers to the Territory, (DLC) The first Louisiana civil code, Digeste de la Loi Civile, was written in French by attorneys James Brown, Louis Moreau-Lislet, and Edward Livingston and subsequently translated into English as The Digest of the Civil Laws now in Force in the Territory of Orleans, or more commonly the Digest of Full text of "A digest of the reported decisions of the Superior court of the late territory of Orleans; the late Court of errors and appeals; and Supreme Court of the State of Louisiana [] Contained in the sixty-five volumes of reports, from first Martin to fifteenth . the Digest of the Civil Laws Now in force in the territory of Orleans, , ch. 29, in A CTS P ASSED AT THE F IRST S ESSION OF THE S ECOND L EGISLATURE OF THE T ERRITORY OF O RLEANS (New-Orleans: Bradford & Anderson Printers, ).