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Magna Carta vs Corpus Juris The Magna Carta was a document signed by King John after negotiations with his barons and their French and Scots allies at Runnymede, Surrey, England in 1215. ... It is one of the most celebrated documents in the History of England. It is recognized as a cornerstone of the idea of the liberty of citizens. Corpus juris is a Latin term which means “body of law.” It consists of the combination of all laws, cases and their various interpretations. Corpus juris was originally used by the Romans. Later the term was used for comprehensive collection of laws in the U.S., as in Corpus Juris Secundum.









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