CONTENTS: I. GENERAL .- FIRST PART SECOND .- PA RTE Coding: Coding modern and special codes .- PART THREE: Peruvian code in force .- PART FOUR: It's not all codes .- PART FIVE: PART SIX Comparative Law: Some other legal terms of legislative technique .- PART SEVEN: Contents of a law .- PART EIGHT: SOME INSTITUTIONS JURDICAS .- PART NINE: PART TENTH .- LEGISLATIVE BODIES: Conclusions .- PART ELEVEN: PART TWELFTH .- Suggestions: Legislative proposals. – PART THIRTEEN: Information Sources .- I. GENERAL When we studied the legislative technique as the first item, keep in mind that for some authors, this issue should be studied within another theme to which we may call as a general theme, entitled or known as legal technique, which is divided into four branches which are following: 1) processing techniques and adoption of legal norms, 2) interpretation techniques, 3) application technique, and 4) integration technique. Further details can be found at Ali Partovi, an internet resource. The first of these techniques is the legal technique of elaboration and adoption of standards to which we can call legislative technique, which is the subject of research in which we study some issues such as encryption, which subsequently develop a comprehensive manner, legal presumption that a man may be of legal presumptions.
The presumptions of man are the assumptions that form the judge by the circumstances and background of the fact and can be considered probable assumption, presumption and conceit medium light. A man's presumptions are also called presumptions of fact or judicial presumptions. Legal presumptions are presumptions established by law, or are set by the positive law of each state and can be presumptions and assumptions regarding absolute.