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" The penal emphasis of this law, for example, meant that matters of a civil nature were either ignored by it entirely (for example, contracts), or were given only limited treatment within its penal format (for example, property rights, inheritance, marriage).... "
Contract and Property in Early Modern China: Rational Choice in Political ... - 第 17 頁
Madeleine Zelin 著 - 2004 - 408 頁
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From Administrative Authorisation to Private Law: A Comparative Perspective ...

Jianfu Chen - 1995 - 324 頁
...punishment rather than adjudication. Such a penal emphasis, as is pointed out by Bodde and Morris, meant that matters of a civil nature were either ignored by it [law] entirely (for example, contract), or were given only limited treatment within its penal format...
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The Changing Face of Chinese Management

Jie Tang, Anthony Ward - 2003 - 234 頁
...from that in the West. The written law of premodern China was overwhelmingly penal in character. This meant that: matters of a civil nature were either...example, property rights, inheritance, marriage). The law was only secondarily interested in defending the rights especially the economic rights - of...
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Proceedings, American Philosophical Society (vol. 107, no. 5, 1963)

...it produced a large and intellectually impressive body of codified law. The penal emphasis of such law, for example, meant that matters of a civil nature were either ignored by it entirely (eg, contracts), or were given only limited treatment within its penal format (eg, property rights,...
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