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The Custom of Paris (French: Coutume de Paris) was one of France's regional custumals of civil law. It was the law of the land in Paris and the surrounding region in the 16th–18th centuries and was applied to French overseas colonies, including New France. First written in 1507 and revised in 1580 and 1605, the Custom of Paris was a compilation and systematization of Renaissance-era customary law. Divided into 16 sections, it contained 362 articles concerning family and inheritance, property, and debt recovery. It was the main source of law in New France from the earliest settlement, but other provincial customs were sometimes invoked in the early period.
The Custom of Paris was introduced in 1627 by the Company of One Hundred Associates. Then, in 1664 under the royal charter of the French West India Company, Louis XIV made the Custom of Paris the only legitimate source of civil law throughout New France and other French colonies until 1763. In Quebec, however, it was not replaced until the entering into force of the Civil Code of Lower Canada in 1866, which incorporated English law into its existing legal framework.
Update- The rifle has been sold!
Posting this for a good friend!
Les Baer Custom AR 10 Semi Auto .308 Match Rifle with mounted and sighted Vortex Viper 4-16 power scope and heavy rings for sale.
Stroke forces sale
24” Heavy Barrel 1/10 twist. This is an extremely accurate...
Well, this is a great rifle. It shoots extremely well. I've decided to go with a 6.5 Creedmoor due to the open country I hunt and live in. This one is already starting to gather dust in the safe. Less than 100 rounds fired. All were handloads using the 250gr Lehigh controlled fracturing bullets...