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Análise Social

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CAMARINHAS, Nuno. Overseas jurisdictions: The construction of the early modern Portuguese overseas judicial apparatus. Anál. Social [online]. 2018, n.226, pp.136-160. ISSN 0003-2573.  http://dx.doi.org/10.31447/AS00032573.2018226.06.

Overseas jurisdictions. The construction of the early modern Portuguese overseas judicial apparatus. This paper analyses the construction of a judicial apparatus at a pluri-continental scale. Focusing on the network of crown-appointed jurisdictions of royal law, the analysis questions its fundamental characteristics, stressing its European matrix and its adaptation to local circumstances, in a background of political and legal pluralism that explains the different range and intensity of its implementation. The text sets out a timeline and maps the expansion and growth of this apparatus at the same time as it analyses the creation of new jurisdictions and questions its apparent monolithic character.

Keywords : justice administration; judges; colonial administration; circulation networks.

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