Dating after legal separation
Scholars of comparative law and economists promoting the legal origins theory usually subdivide civil law into four distinct groups: The Italian approach has been imitated by other countries including the Netherlands (1992), Argentina (2014), Brazil (2002) and Portugal (1966).Most of them have innovations introduced by the Italian legislation, including the unification of the civil and commercial codes.The Spanish legal tradition exercised an especially great influence on the civil code of Chile.On its turn, the Chilean civil code influenced to a large degree the drafting of the civil codes of other Latin-American states.
The Argentinian Civil Code was also in effect in Paraguay, as per a Paraguayan law of 1880, until the new Civil Code went in force in 1987.
The new Civil Code of the Czech Republic was introduced in 2014. The Greek civil code of 1946, highly influenced by traditional Roman law and the German civil code of 1900 (Bürgerliches Gesetzbuch); the Greek civil code replaced the Byzantine–Roman civil law in effect in Greece since its independence (Νομική Διάταξη της Ανατολικής Χέρσου Ελλάδος, Legal Provision of Eastern Mainland Greece, November 1821: 'Οι Κοινωνικοί Νόμοι των Αειμνήστων Χριστιανών Αυτοκρατόρων της Ελλάδος μόνοι ισχύουσι κατά το παρόν εις την Ανατολικήν Χέρσον Ελλάδα', 'The Social [i.e.
Civil] Laws of the Dear Departed Christian Emperors of Greece [referring to the Byzantine Emperors] alone are in effect at present in Eastern Mainland Greece') Based on Napoleonic civil law.
In Argentina, this 1871 Civil Code remained in force until August 2015, when it was replaced by the new Código Civil y Comercial de la Nación.
Based on the Chilean Civil Law inspired by the Napoleonic Civil Law.
Indeed, it is noted that he consulted and used all of the codes that had been issued till then, starting from the era of Justinian. The influence of the Napoleonic code and the Law of Castile of the Spanish colonial period (especially the Siete Partidas), is great; it is observed however that e.g.