Constitutional laws of 1875.

The three Constitutional laws are: the Law relative to the organization of the Senate of 24 February 1875; the Law relative to the organization of the public powers of 25 February 1875; and, the Constitutional law on the relations of the public powers of 16 July 1875.

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Corporate author / creator:France. None enacting jurisdiction.
Uniform title:Constitution (1875). English. 1897
Imprint:[Chicago] : [Rand, McNally & Company], [1897]
[Buffalo, NY] : William S. Hein & Company, [between 2010 and 2014]
Description:1 online resource (pages 403-408).
Language:English
Series:HeinOnline world constitutions illustrated
World constitutions illustrated.
Subject:Constitutions -- France.
Constitutional history -- France.
Constitutional law -- France.
France -- History -- Third Republic, 1870-1940 -- Sources.
Constitutions.
Format: E-Resource Book
URL for this record:http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/10921932
Related Items:Contained in: Constitutional history of France.
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Varying Form of Title:HeinOnline index title: Constitutional laws [Constitution], 1875 [IIIrd Republic], original texts [the 3 laws collectively]
Other authors / contributors:France. Assemblée nationale (1871-1942), author.
Notes:Extracted from: Lockwood, Henry C. Constitutional history of France. Chicago: Rand, McNally & Company, 1897.
Description based on web page caption, viewed March 29, 2014.
Summary:The three Constitutional laws are: the Law relative to the organization of the Senate of 24 February 1875; the Law relative to the organization of the public powers of 25 February 1875; and, the Constitutional law on the relations of the public powers of 16 July 1875.