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Charles Aubry

Charles Aubry French photographer and designer, 1811-1877

French photographer and designer, 1811-1877
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Intro French photographer and designer, 1811-1877
Countries France
Occupations Photographer
Type Arts
Gender male
Birth 1811 (Paris, Île-de-France, France)
Death 1877 (Paris, Île-de-France, France)
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Charles Aubry (1803–1883) was a French jurist. He taught law at Strasbourg from 1833 to 1871 and was a judge on the Cour de Cassation from 1872 to 1878.
He was made famous in French legal circles by his only publication, together with Frédéric Charles Rau, the Cours de droit civil français (1839–46). This first systematic synthesis of French civil law abandoned the structure of the Code civil. It introduced, among others, German legal notions such as rules of evidence as well as theories of joint property and vindication to French law. Originally a translation of Karl-Salomon Zachariä's Handbuch des französischen Civilrechts, the work became increasingly independent from its German template, being republished as late as 1964–73 in an incomplete 7th edition.

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