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3 edition of guide to the law and legal literature of Ecuador. found in the catalog.

guide to the law and legal literature of Ecuador.

Helen Lord Clagett

guide to the law and legal literature of Ecuador.

by Helen Lord Clagett

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Published in Washington .
Written in English

  • Ecuador
    • Subjects:
    • Law -- Ecuador -- History,
    • Law -- Ecuador -- Bibliography

    • Edition Notes

      Series[U S.] Library of Congress. Latin American series, no. 18
      ContributionsLibrary of Congress. Law Library.
      LC ClassificationsLAW
      The Physical Object
      Paginationviii, 100 p.
      Number of Pages100
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6523176M
      LC Control Number47031689

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        By contrast, Ecuador, along with all of Latin America, most of Europe, all of Asia, and most of Africa, countries in all, operates under “civil law.” In civil-law societies, laws are written, collected, and codified by legislatures and are rarely subject to co-creation by the outcomes of lawsuits and the opinio ns of judges and juries. Before the Spanish conquest, literature was an oral affair in Ecuador. I wasn't until the colonial period that the written tradition began. One notable work of that era is Elegía a la muerte de Atahualpa, written in Quichua and attributed to cacique Jacinto Collahuazo (18th century).. In the years leading up to the Independence, several important writers emerged on the scene: .

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