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ALRAllgemeines Landrecht (Prussian civil code)
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ALRAciéries et Laminoirs de Rives (French steel manufacturer; Rives, France)
ALRAdvanced Launch System
ALRArtillery Locating Radar
ALRAmicale Laïque de Redon (French sports association; Redon, France)
ALRActive Life Reserves (insurance)
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ALRAssociation Lyonnaise de Radioamateurs (French amateur radio club; Lyon, France)
ALRAirlift-Loop Reactor
ALRAircraft Load Rating (aviation)
ALRAdvanced Logic Research, Incorporated
ALRAlternate Link Routing
ALRAcceptable Loss Rate
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ALRAssociation des Loisirs de Rogerville (French: Rogerville Recreation Association)
ALRAcademy Law Review
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ALRAirborne Laser Range Finder
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El Preussisches Allgemeines Landrecht de 1794 se ocupa exclusivamente de la datio in solutum Voluntaria (154).
Los nombrados [seccion][seccion] 235 a 250 del Preussisches Allgemeines Landrecht de 1794 representan el intento por armonizar las divergentes fuentes justinianeas.
HARDER (158) ha sostenido que los [seccion][seccion] 243, 244 y 250 confirmarian la identificacion entre la datio in solutum y la novatio en el Preussisches Allgemeines Landrecht, sin embargo, esta opinion puede ser negada con base en el [seccion] 242.
En el mismo sentido del nombrado [seccion] 11 del Preuiisches Allgemeines Landrecht (1794) previo el [seccion] 1413 (159) del ABGB austriaco, que ni el acreedor, ni el deudor, pueden ser obligados a aceptar o realizar algo distinto que el objeto de la obligacion.
Por su parte, el codigo civil para el Reino de Sajonia, consagro el principio aliud pro alio invito creditori nemo solvere potest de acuerdo con el modelo introducido por el Preussisches Allgemeines Landrecht, asi segun su [seccion] 694: "Weder der Berechtigte kann ohne Einwilligung des Verpflichteten etwas Anderesfordern, als was Gegenstand der Forderung ist, noch der Verpflichtete sich ohne Einwilligung des Berechtigten durch Leistung eines anderen Gegenstandes seiner Verbindlichkeiten entledigen" (175).
Esta corriente tuvo su origen positivo en el Pruessisches Allgemeines Landrecht de 1794 ([seccion]242) y fue mantenida en el ABGB austriaco de 1811 ([seccion] 1414), en el Entwurf eines Burgerlichen Gesetzbuches fur das Konigreich Bayern de 1861 a 1864 ([seccion]84), en el BGB sajon de 1865 ([seccion][seccion] 1082-1100), en el proyecto de Dresden de 1864 ([seccion] 358) y 1866 ([seccion]345).
On the contrary, Prussia's national legal code, the Allgemeines Landrecht, appeared explicitly to permit conversions to any religion by any Prussian subject over the age of fourteen.
On the face of it, then, it appeared difficult to enforce a prohibition against conversion while remaining within the framework of the Allgemeines Landrecht.
The need for these ministerial ratiocinations, as Schuckmann and Hardenberg acknowledged, arose from a discrepancy between the law, as expressed in the published statutes of the Allgemeines Landrecht and the edict of 1812, and the will of the monarch.
The government pointed out that "the Allgemeines Landrecht does not distinguish between publicly accepted and merely tolerated religious parties" and added that Part 2, Title II, paragraph 84 of the A.
They exposed a vulnerable fault-line where the positive Christianity expounded by the monarch and his chosen advisers confronted the enlightened, secular legacy of the Allgemeines Landrecht and the edict of 1812.
40) In the matter of conversions to Judaism, the king and his ministers were able to impose their will, but they could only do so by improvising furtive detours around the Allgemeines Landrecht.
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