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Law of Luxembourg

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Law of Luxembourg

The law of Luxembourg is civil law. From the Tenth Century to the Fifteenth Century the law of the Grand Duchy was customary law. There were constitutions of 1841, 1848, 1856 and 1868. The constitution was revised in 1919, 1948 and 1987.

See also


  • Verbeke, Christian F. In Winterton and Moys (eds).
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