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The Sanhuri Code, and the Emergence of Modern Arab Civil Law (1932 to 1949)

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The book examines the drafting of the Egyptian Civil Code of 1949, exposing its unknown sociological strata, under the leadership of Dr. ‘Abd al-Razzāq al-Sanhūrī, one of the most prominent jurist to emerge to date in the Arab world.

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