- West Galician Code
The West Galician code was a civil code created in the 18th century and introduced in
West Galicia, an administrative region of the Habsburg Monarchy, created after the Third Partition of Poland, prior to the introduction of ABGB, the civil code of Austria. It contained little in the way of solving feudal-class problems and was based on the laws of nature.
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