Is Indonesia a common law country?
Indonesia implements a mixed legal system with the civil law system as the main legal system adopted from the Dutch colonial law. Indonesia also recognises the customary legal system (sistem hukum adat) and religious legal system (Islamic sharia law).
What legal system does Indonesia use?
The Indonesian legal system is a Civil Law system rather than a Common Law system (The Common Law System is found chiefly in Australia, England, America and other former British colonies).
Which countries use common law?
|Dominica||Based on English common law|
|England and Wales (UK)||Primarily common law, with early Roman and some modern continental European influences|
|Fiji||Based on English common law|
|Gibraltar||Based on English common law|
Why Indonesia is a civil law country?
Law of Indonesia is based on a civil law system, intermixed with customary law and the Roman Dutch law. Before the Dutch colonisation in the sixteenth century, indigenous kingdoms ruled the archipelago independently with their own custom laws, known as adat.
Does the civil law system use juries?
The vast majority of civil cases tried in court do not have a jury (libel and slander trials are the main exceptions) and the judge hears them on his or her own, deciding them by finding facts, applying the relevant law to them – and there may be considerable argument about what that law actually is – and then giving a …
Is the US a civil law country?
The legal system in the United States is a common law system (with the exception of Louisiana, which has a mix of civil and common law). Customary law systems are based on patterns of behavior (or customs) that have come to be accepted as legal requirements or rules of conduct within a particular country.
Does common law still exist?
There are only a handful of “common law marriage states”. Some of them provide for common law marriage in their statutes, while others do so through court decisions. The common law states are: Colorado—(Colo.