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  • Posted on April 14, 2016 at 6:26 pm

EXTENT OF THE encoding “N encoding to be studied should be considered in two parts that are part of general coding and coding special part. That is, we study the encoding when studying the codified law, we study the encoding when studying professional law encoded, the encoding is studied when studying the codified civil procedure, we study the encoding when studying the procedural law codified criminal, among other areas of law. In this sense we can say that is studied civil law but the special part of the general part of this issue. Which determines that few lawyers are aware of the general part of the encoding. That is, many lawyers know the encoding special part, but few general hand coding.

4. Delimitation of the subject The subject coding has two parts which are the general part and special part, but in the present work we will only talk to the general. Studying for this Peruvian current codes without neglecting the study of some foreign codes. 5. ORIGIN Many times the words we use do not originate in the current language, but in Greek or Latin Latin voices. The word Code comes from the Latin Codex. That is, the code word have no origin in the Spanish language but Latin.

6. CODING Under the Spanish Language Dictionary of the Spanish Royal Academy, a codificar is to make or form a harmonious body of law sistematicoa . The result of the consolidation are the codes, which are systematic bodies of law, written with the legislative technique more refined.