Actually, a libertarian candidate explained to me years ago that your property rights would be protected by civil law.
Awkwardly, no consistent distinction exists between an offence that should be handled under criminal law and one under civil law.
The question of product liability would be best left to civil law.
In a democracy people live under the rule of civil law and freedom is not only for oneself but also for the other.
People raising this did not spend some effort in researching civil law and studying the various national cultures.
Without it a framework of civil law is inadequate to maintain order in a free society.
If this transaction goes bad for any reason, civil law is your recourse.
Also, as far as the state is concerned marriage is a contract governed by civil law.
Canon law and civil law in combination slightly exceed the three philosophies.
The reception of civil law in the northern kingdom rendered it less possible to regard the crown as the supreme source of right.