oa Comparative and International Law Journal of Southern Africa - Reflections on the problem of grouping the families of laws
Certainly no classification of families of laws exists which would be able to withstand all criticism. It is equally certain that the difficulties inherent in the notion of stilprï¿½gend are considerable. But it should be recognized that the criterion on which Zweigert and Kotz have founded their classification offers an undoubted interest for comparative research.
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