Comparative jurisprudence test 98 questions with answer

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Comparative jurisprudence test, 98 questions,

1. How can you determine the comparative law ...
A) science;
B) the academic discipline;
C) method of investigating legal phenomena;
D) the branch of law?
2. What does the term "legal family" mean ...
A) concrete historical totality of sources of law, mechanisms of legal effect, legal practice and the prevailing legal ideology, formed within the jurisdictional territory of the state;
B) the aggregate of different groups of legal systems;
C) the totality of national legal systems?
3. To which term does the following definition apply: "A set of interrelated, coordinated and interacting legal means regulating public relations, as well as elements characterizing the level of legal development of a particular country" ...
A) the system of law;
B) the legal system;
C) system of legislation;
D) legal culture;
E) the mechanism of legal regulation?
4. What does the term "comparativism" mean ...
A) the science of comparison in general;
B) the same as comparative jurisprudence, the term is used in Western literature;
C) the branch of law, which includes a set of comparative legal norms?
5. The first department of comparative jurisprudence was established in ...
A) Germany;
B) Russia;
C) Belgium;
D) France;
E) Italy.
6. Continue the phrase: "A diachronic comparison is ..."
A) comparison of existing legal systems;
B) a comparison of the legal systems that existed in the past;
C) comparison of individual elements of the existing legal system.
7. The objectives of the comparative law are ...
A) cognitive;
B) protective;
C) convergence and unification of the legislation of different states;
D) regulatory;
E) elaboration of proposals for improving their own national system of law based on the study of the legal experience of foreign states.
8. For the first time the Society of Comparative Legislation was established in 1869 ...
A) in Germany;
B) in Italy;
C) in France;
D) in Russia.
9. The First International Congress of Comparative Law was held ...
A) in 1869;
B) in 1870;
C) in 1905;
D) in the year 1900.
10. Abroad, the greatest contribution to the development of comparative law was made by ...
A) Rudolf Iering;
B) Rene David;
C) Friedrich Nietzsche;
D) Conrad Zweigert;
E) Luis Morgan;
(E) Hein Kötz.
11. The comparative legal method of research began to be applied in ...
A) Ancient Rome;
B) Babylon;
C) Ancient Egypt;
D) Ancient Greece;
E) Ancient China.
12. The first department of comparative law was created ...
A) in Germany;
B) in Russia;
C) in Belgium;
D) in France;
E) in Italy.
13. Definition "The totality of interrelated, coordinated and interacting legal means regulating public relations, as well as elements characterizing the level of legal development of a particular country" refers to the notion ...
A) the system of law;
B) the legal system;
C) system of legislation.
14. A category serving to denote the relative unity of legal systems having similar legal features ...
(A) The national legal system;
B) group of legal systems;
C) legal family.
15. International law is ...
A) acts of international law;
B) the totality of legal systems of different states;
C) the legal order regulating relations between subjects of international law, each of which has its own national legal system.
16. Comparative jurisprudence brings to international public law ...
A) research methods;
B) the subject of the study;
C) new legal systems.
17. Comparative law and private international law interact ...
A) in the sphere of application of the comparative method of research;
B) as scientific disciplines;
C) in the sphere of resolving legal conflicts and conflicts;
D) when applying the norms of public international law.
18. International law refers to comparative studies for ...
A) unification of legal norms on certain issues;
B) a uniform interpretation of legal norms;
C) conclusions of international
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