311 B Law Final Notes (3)

An essential typical attribute of municipal law, aside from its roots in Roman law, is the extensive codification of obtained Roman law, i.e., its addition in municipal requirements. The first codification known is the Idea of Hammurabi, published in historical Babylon during the 1700s BC. However, this, and many of the requirements that followed, were mainly details of municipal and lawful errors and their punitive measures. Codification of the kind typical of recent personal techniques did not first appear until the Justinian Idea
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