Part 2

Modernazation Process in Japan

[1] Democracy Movement and Constitution of 1889

  1. Introduction of Land Title and Taxation Reform
  2. Conflict inside of the Meiji government
  3. Constitution of the Kingdom of Prussia (1850)
  4. Constitution of the German Empire (1871)
  5. Portraits of Modern Japanese Historical Figures

[2] Codification Process of the Civil Code

  • Reference: Corpus Iuris Civilis
  1. Original Text in Latin: http://www.thelatinlibrary.com/justinian.html
  2. English Translation: : http://www.constitution.org/sps/sps.htm
  3. Book I "Institutiones" in English: http://amesfoundation.law.harvard.edu/digital/CJCiv/JInst.pdf
  4. Codification Dispute in Germany:
    Anton Friedrich Justus Thibaut: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anton_Friedrich_Justus_Thibaut
    Friedrich Carl von Savigny: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Friedrich_Carl_von_Savigny
    Historical School of Law in Germany: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/German_Historical_School

[3] Boissonade's Heritage

[4] Law on Real Rights

[5] Law on Obligations : "Non-Performance"

  1. Art. 415
  2. Art. 416
  3. About the Hardley vs. Baxendale Case (1854) ; webpage 1, webpage 2
  • Reference: Remedies for Non-performance
  1. French Civil Code (1804)
  2. German Civil Code (1900)
  3. Common law; webpage 1, webpage 2 ...
  4. Old Civil Code of Japan (1890)
  5. Revised Civil Code of Japan (1896)
  6. Reformed Law on Obligations in Germany (2002)
  7. Draft Amendment to Revised Civil Code of Japan (2015)
  • Reference: Comparison German, Thai, and Japanese law on "Remedies for Non-performance:"
  1. At the time of 1925 (Enactment of the current Civil and Commercial Code of Thailad)
  2. How Phraya-Man arranged the articles (Reconstruction)
  3. Related Articles from "Civil and Commercial Code of Thailand, 1923)
  4. After the Reform of Law on Obligations in Germany (2002 - )

[6] Family in Pre-war Period

The Road to the Agrarian Reform after the WW II through the War

Published on  August 27th, 2017