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The Resource Ownership Paradigms in American Civil Law Jurisdictions : Manifestations of the Shifts in the Legislation of Louisiana, Chile, and Argentina (16th-20th Centuries)

Ownership Paradigms in American Civil Law Jurisdictions : Manifestations of the Shifts in the Legislation of Louisiana, Chile, and Argentina (16th-20th Centuries)

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Ownership Paradigms in American Civil Law Jurisdictions : Manifestations of the Shifts in the Legislation of Louisiana, Chile, and Argentina (16th-20th Centuries)
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Ownership Paradigms in American Civil Law Jurisdictions
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Manifestations of the Shifts in the Legislation of Louisiana, Chile, and Argentina (16th-20th Centuries)
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Ownership Paradigms in American Civil Law Jurisdictions : Manifestations of the Shifts in the Legislation of Louisiana, Chile, and Argentina (16th-20th Centuries)
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Ownership Paradigms in American Civil Law Jurisdictions : Manifestations of the Shifts in the Legislation of Louisiana, Chile, and Argentina (16th-20th Centuries)
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  • Ownership Paradigms in American Civil Law Jurisdictions: Manifestations of the Shifts in the Legislation of Louisiana, Chile, and Argentina (16th-20th Centuries) -- Copyright -- Dedication -- Contents -- Acknowledgments -- List of Illustrations -- 1 Introduction -- 1.1 Motivation -- 1.2 Problematization -- 1.3 Research Questions -- 1.4 Conceptualizations -- 1.4.1 American Civil Law Jurisdictions -- 1.4.2 Ownership Paradigms -- 1.5 Methodology -- 1.5.1 Louisiana as a Hard Case for American Civil Law Jurisdictions -- 1.6 Sources -- 1.7 Structure -- 2 The Value of Comparative Legal History for American Civil Law Jurisdictions -- 2.1 Introduction -- 2.2 Construction -- 2.2.1 Building Blocks -- 2.2.2 Autonomous Discipline -- 2.3 Development -- 2.3.1 Emergence -- 2.3.2 Conditions -- 2.3.3 Benefits -- 2.3.4 Corollary -- 2.4 Impact on Transplantation -- 2.5 Closing Remarks -- 3 The Allocation Paradigm of Ownership in American Civil Law Jurisdictions -- 3.1 Introduction -- 3.2 Native American Land Relations -- 3.2.1 America as a Mosaic of Different Legal Systems -- 3.2.2 Louisiana, Chile, and Argentina within the Mosaic -- 3.2.3 Corollary -- 3.3 Spanish Access to Lands in the Americas -- 3.3.1 Territories as Royal Holdings of Castile -- 3.3.2 Louisiana, Chile, and Argentina as Royal Holdings of Castile -- 3.3.3 Corollary -- 3.4 Indiano Legal Order -- 3.4.1 Castilian Precepts as Models for the Americas -- 3.4.2 Corpus Iuris Indiarum: Legislative Enactments and Doctrine -- 3.4.3 Louisiana, Chile, and Argentina within the Indiano Legal Order -- 3.4.4 Corollary -- 3.5 Allocating Multiple Interests -- 3.5.1 Crown of Castile -- 3.5.2 Roman Catholic Church -- 3.5.3 Native American Groups -- 3.5.4 Corollary -- 3.6 Individual Allocation -- 3.6.1 Transplantation of the Royal Land Grants System -- 3.6.2 Implementation of Royal Land Grants (Argentine Illustration)
  • 3.6.3 Royal Land Grants in Louisiana and Chile -- 3.6.4 Corollary -- 3.7 Communal Allocation -- 3.7.1 Comunales and Propios: Origins and Implementation -- 3.7.2 Communal Property in European Settlements -- 3.7.3 Communal Property in Native American Towns -- 3.7.4 Communal Property in Louisiana, Chile, and Argentina -- 3.7.5 Corollary -- 3.8 Closing Remarks -- 4 The Liberal Paradigm of Ownership in American Civil Law Jurisdictions -- 4.1 Introduction -- 4.2 Emergence of First-Generation Codes -- 4.2.1 Studies on Comparative Legislation -- 4.3 First-Generation Codes across the Americas -- 4.3.1 Louisiana -- 4.3.2 Chile -- 4.3.3 Argentina -- 4.4 Codifying the Liberal Paradigm of Ownership -- 4.4.1 Origins -- 4.4.2 Formal Sources -- 4.4.3 Transplantation and Development of Common Sources -- 4.5 Encapsulation of the New Paradigm across the Americas -- 4.5.1 Louisiana -- 4.5.2 Chile -- 4.5.3 Argentina -- 4.6 Pollination of Ownership in the Americas -- 4.6.1 Pollination from Louisiana -- 4.6.2 Pollination from Chile -- 4.6.3 Pollination from Argentina -- 4.7 Introduction to Second-Generation Codes -- 4.8 Closing Remarks -- 5 The Social Function Paradigm of Ownership in American Civil Law Jurisdictions -- 5.1 Introduction -- 5.2 Social Function Understanding -- 5.2.1 Global Emergence -- 5.2.2 Social Doctrine of the Church -- 5.2.3 Duguit: The Paladin of the Social Function Paradigm -- 5.2.4 Corollary -- 5.3 Reception in Constitutions -- 5.3.1 American Origins: Social Constitutionalism in Mexico -- 5.3.2 European Origins: Social Constitutionalism in Germany -- 5.3.3 Global Contagion of Constitutions -- 5.3.4 Louisiana -- 5.3.5 Chile -- 5.3.6 Argentina -- 5.4 Reception in Civil Codes -- 5.4.1 Momentum in Second-generation Civil Codes -- 5.4.2 Doctrine of Abuse of Rights -- 5.4.3 Louisiana -- 5.4.4 Chile -- 5.4.5 Argentina
  • 5.5 Reception in Special Legislation -- 5.5.1 Land Reform -- 5.5.2 Louisiana -- 5.5.3 Chile -- 5.5.4 Argentina -- 5.6 Closing Remarks -- 6 Conclusions -- 6.1 Presentation -- 6.2 Central Conclusions -- 6.2.1 Visualizing Paradigms and Shifts -- 6.2.2 Circulation of Ideas and Paradigm Flows -- 6.2.3 Contagious Evolution across Time and Space -- 6.2.4 Transplantation of Vernacular and Foreign Legal Sources -- 6.3 Peripheral Conclusions -- 6.3.1 Disciplinary Value of Comparative Legal History -- 6.3.2 Quality of Existing Output -- 6.3.3 Transatlantic Circulation -- 6.3.4 Global Undertakings -- 6.4 Areas of Future Research -- 6.4.1 Additional Sources of Law and Ownership Paradigms -- 6.4.2 Ecological Function of Ownership -- 6.4.3 Global Context for Ownership Paradigms -- 6.5 Finale -- List of References -- Index of Names
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