List of national legal systems on Eurth

In the present, national legal systems on Eurth are commonly divided upon three categories: common law, civil law and religious law---or combinations of these. Many countries' legal systems are shaped by their unique histories, cultures and traditions.

List of national legal systems in Eurth

     Civil Law
     Common Law
     Religious Law
     Bijuridical/Mixed

Nation Legal system Details
 Batengdei Mixed The general law system Batengdei is civil, though some few court cases may change/set the precedent.
 Derthalen Mixed The Derthaler legal systems are based upon the 'Basic Law' also known as the 'Ottoling Code'. Each state and independent city has their own legal code based off of it, though most of them use common law.
 Faramount Civil Law The Faramontese courts are infamous for their corruption, and most legal scholars describe the Faramontese legal system as one based primarily on bribery, not an organized legal scheme.
 Limonaia Civil Law King Umberto I unified the regional laws into a single code of law for the whole kingdom in 1751. This was replaced by Marco II's Code of 1899.
 Mauridiviah Bijuridicial/Mixed The Mauridivian legal system follows civil law most of the time but precedent can be set by courts in some cases.
 Oyus Civil Law The Oyusard legal system do not allow a single case set a precedent, but rather a series of them.
 Rihan Common Law The Rihannsu legal system follows the common laws set by the Senate (and technically, though not 'accepted,' by the People's Assembly).
 Cristina Common Law Major areas of law – particularly administrative law, contract law, equity and trust law, property law and tort law – are largely judge-made, though certain aspects have now been modified to some extent by statutes. However, other areas of law, such as criminal law, company law and family law, are almost completely statutory in nature.
 Mantella Civil Law Mantella has a three-tier court system comprising a Central Court, provincial courts, and county courts. Judicial affairs are handled by the Central Procurator's Office. Courts carry out legal procedures related to not only criminal and civil matters, but also political cases as well.
 Riadiya Mixed Riadiya has a hybrid legal system with characteristics deriving from both civil law and fiqh. It often bears a resemblance to common law in practice.