Habit of Paris
The Coutume of Paris is the collection of the civil laws of the Viscount and the Prévôté of Paris, i.e. of the Île-de-France and the town of Paris, codified in 1510. Revised in 1580, it comprises 362 articles supplemented by many comments of jurisprudence.
ContentsLike all the local habit S, that of Paris lays out neither in public law, nor in criminal right, but only on the civil matters.
- II. Censives and the right seigneuriaux ones.
- III. Movable and real property.
- IV. Laments in the event of sasine and innovation.
- V. personal actions and mortgages.
- VI. Regulations.
- VII. Withdrawal ligniagier.
- VIII. Stops, executions, gageries.
- IX. Constraints and reports/ratios of sworn.
- X. communities of good.
- XI. Douaires.
- XII. Noble and middle-class guards.
- XIII. Mutual donations and gifts.
- XIV. Wills and of their execution.
- XV. Successions in hot and collateral line.
- XVI. Shouted. (become of public law, schedules of Henri II)
- Charles Dumoulin
- Julien Brodeau
- Charondas (1613)
- Eusèbe de Laurière
- Claude of Tool bag
- Antoine Desgodets
PosterityThe Coutume of Paris is a general habit; It applies in all arise it from the Parlement of Paris, and to compensate for the silence of the local habits in all the other countries, except those of Bordeaux, of Languedoc, of Plate, Béarn, Burgundy and Flanders which follows the Right-Writing.
It applies to the linear seigniories set up along the channels. (1638, Letters patent relating to the Channel of Briare).
The Civil code of the French of 1804 takes again a great number of provisions of the Coutume of Paris , in particular all the articles on the rights in rem (rental constraints, sights, joint ownership, fences, beams, repairs.) and certain provisions as regards right of the family (goods in community, wills.).
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