4 edition of The Penal code of the islands of Cuba and Porto Rico found in the catalog.
The Penal code of the islands of Cuba and Porto Rico
Preface signed: Pedro González Llorente, Federico Mora, Carlos Zaldo [and others]
|Contributions||González Llorente, Pedro, 1827-1905, tr., Puerto Rico.|
|LC Classifications||KGN5414 1898|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||145|
|LC Control Number||30006484|
Revised statutes and codes of Porto Rico: containing all laws passed at the first and second sessions of the Legislative assembly, in effect after July first, nineteen hundred and two, including the Political code, the Penal code, the Code of criminal procedure, the Civil code by Puerto Rico (). Philippines’s most popular book is The Revised Penal Code Annotated. Entitled a General Act For The Organization Of Municipal Governments In The Philippine Islands, And Act No, Entitled a General Act For The Organization Of Provincial by. Translation of the Civil Code in Force in Cuba, Porto Rico, and the Philippines by. Philippines.
Book One and Book Two are amended up to and translation of Book Five of the IPC, which was adopted permanently in and not subject to the January revisions. A new Penal Code was ratified on 21 April with a 5-year probation period. No English translation is available. Disclaimer: This is not a UNHCR publication. A few hours ago i thought I had to wait for a different trip at a later time. So the origin of the trip would have been Aus. In Feb we are heading to Puerto Rico.I'm now trying to figure out whether it's feasible to extend our current trip to add Cuba on the end of it, seeing as we are on that side of the world.. So, now I'm looking for the most direct & least expensive way to get from Puerto.
Relief shown pictorially. Shows coastal features, administrative districts, and settlements on the islands of Hispaniola and Puerto Rico. Pen-and-ink and watercolor. Attributed to Joan Vinckeboons by comparison with his other Dutch maps in Henry Harrisse collection. Described in Terrae incognitae, v. xvi, Richard W. Stephenson's The Henry Harrisse collection , p. 40; the first volume. Puerto Rico (Spanish for 'Rich Port'; abbreviated PR), officially the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico (Spanish: Estado Libre Asociado de Puerto Rico, lit. 'Free Associated State of Puerto Rico') and in previous centuries called Porto Rico in English, is an unincorporated territory of the United States located in the northeast Caribbean Sea, approximately 1, miles (1, km) southeast of Miami Before annexation: Captaincy General of Puerto Rico.
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THE PENAL CODE THE PENAL CODE OF THE ISLANDS OF CUBA AND PORTO RICO TRANSLATED INTO ENGLISH 'WITl EXPLANATORY NOTES AND A GLOSSARY OF SPANISH TERMS LA PROPAGANDA LITERARIA HAVANA OCTOIBER, ,THIS translation of the Penal Code of Cuba has been made hastily, but is believed to be substantially correct.
THE PENAL CODE OF CUBA AND PORTO RICO. I27 ished with death as rebels all " who rise with public and overt hos-tility"" to proclaim the independence of the islands of Cuba and Porto Rico, or either of them" (Art. Nevertheless, woven in with provisions now manifestly obsolete are others that might still be made extremely mischievous.
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The Penal code of the islands of Cuba and Porto Rico: translated into English, with explanatory notes and a glossary of Spanish terms. by Cuba. 2 editions - first published in The Penal Code of Cuba and Porto Rico is an article from Harvard Law Review, Volume View more articles from Harvard Law this article on.
The amended Penal Code of Jshall be published and go into effect from the date of its publication in the territory within the jurisdiction of the islands of Cuba and Porto Rico, with the amendments recommended by the commission which has had charge of this : Cuba, Puerto Rico, Insular Affairs.
Translation of the Penal Code in Force in Cuba and Porto Rico. Cuba, Puerto Rico, and United States. Division of Customs and Insular Affairs. Table of Contents: Book I. General provisions regarding crimes and misdemeanors, the persons liable, and the penalties. Book II. Crimes and their penalties.
ART. The amended Penal Code of Jshall be pub-lished and go into effect from the date of its publication in the terri-tory within the jurisdiction of the islands of Cuba and Porto Rico, with the amendments recommended by the commission which has had charge of this work.
ART. In the same manner there shall be published and observed. three new offences to the Penal Code: money-laundering, traffic in persons and the sale and trafficking of minors.
These amendments and additions and the other offences covered in Book II of the Penal Code provide Cuba with adequate legal means to combat crime. Ricardo Alarcón de Quesada. Our island empire: a hand-book of Cuba, Porto Rico, Hawaii, and the Philippine Islands.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Cuba. Translation of the Penal code in force in Cuba and Porto Rico. Washington, Govt. Print. Off., Describe what some of the smaller islands of puerto rico and cuba have in common.
2 See answers Answer Expert Verified /5 The flags of Cuba and Puerto Rico share a similar design, but with inverted red and blue colors. 25 votes 25 votes Rate. Rate. Thanks Comments.
Cuba and Puerto Rico, my home island, share a common civil law tradition implemented in our respective islands during our first colonial period, the Spanish colony. On this side of the Atlantic, four hundred years of legal history and evolution culminated in the Civil Code of for the Iberian Peninsula, which was made applicable to Cuba Author: Pedro A.
Malavet. Translation of the penal code in force in Cuba and Porto Rico / Division of Customs and Insular Affairs, War Department, Washington: Govt. Print. Off.,p.; [Home -- Accueil] [Main Page -- Criminal Law / Page principale -- droit pénal]. The Penal Code in Force in Cuba and Puerto Rico: Ordenanzas: A Recent Campaign in Puerto Rico: The Aborigines of Porto Rico and Neighborning Islands: Ley de Aguas: El Manglar: Mi Huerto Solitario (Poesías) In the Matter of the Death of Narciso Villanueva Report of an Investigation.
Cuba's penal legislation with respect to human rights 1. The present Penal Code of the Republic of Cuba went into effect on March 1,and is the product of ten years of work.
This code compiles Cuba's laws of recent years and does not represent a departure from the previous penal-juridical system. Division of Customs and Insular Affairs: Translation of the Penal code in force in Cuba and Porto Rico.
(Washington, Govt. print. off., ), also by Cuba, Spain, and Puerto Rico. Código penal (). English (page images at HathiTrust).
Translation of the Penal code in force in Cuba and Porto Rico Item PreviewPages: This book was authored by Jorge Domínguez, a professor of International Affairs at Harvard University.
Establishing the Rule of Law in Cuba (). This book, by a research associate at the Institute for Cuban and Cuban-American Studies at the University of Miami, provides an analysis of the status of the rule of law in Cuba.
Código Penal de Puerto Rico Ley Núm. de 30 de julio de Codigo Penal de Puerto Rico Ley Núm. de 18 de junio de HeinOnline Historical Territory Statutes. Penal codes. In criminal matters, the Penal Code has been in force in Cuba since The Law of Criminal Procedure has been in force since In correctional courts were created for minor offenses and crimes; such cases previously went to various Audiencias for consideration.
Penalties included corporal and correctional.The book, "Cancionero de Borinquen" was published. On September 1st, a chart of Porto Rico and the Virgin Islands by Charles Wilson was published.
The book "El Jibaro" by Manuel Alonso was published. The first horse races were founded sponsored by the local government.Our Island Empire: A Hand-Book of Cuba, Porto Rico, Hawaii, and the Philippine Islands (Classic Reprint) [Charles Morris] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Excerpt from Our Island Empire: A Hand-Book of Cuba, Porto Rico, Hawaii, and the Philippine Islands This is only one of the purposes - and not the main one - that the author has had in view.