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Stephen Zamora, José Ramón Cossio, Leonel Pereznieto, Jose Roldan Xopa, Instituto Tecnologico Automomo de Mexico, Derece, Instituto Tecnologico Autonomo de Mexico, and David Lopez

Print publication date: 2005

Print ISBN-13: 9780199288489

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: March 2012

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199288489.001.0001

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Civil Procedure

Civil Procedure

(p.321) 10 Civil Procedure
Mexican Law

Stephen Zamora

José RamlóN CossíO

Lenone Pereznieto

José Roldá n-Xopa

David Lopez

Oxford University Press

The law of civil procedure in Mexico governs the process by which Mexican courts and related institutions resolve disputes arising out of matters governed by the civil codes. This chapter outlines the similarities and differences of judicial procedure between common law and civil law. It also describes the most important procedural code, the 1932 Code of Civil Procedure for the Federal District (CPCDF), which is applied by the local territorial courts of the Federal District. The CPCDF was heavily influenced by Spanish law, and has served as a model for the majority of state civil procedural codes.

Keywords:   civil procedures, Mexican courts, civil codes, common law, civil law, Code of Civil Procedure for the Federal District, CPCDF, Federal District

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