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What does CCQ stand for?

CCQ stands for Civil Code of Quebec

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The Civil Code of Quebec codifies Quebec's private law, but its public law and court system are based on common law.
The court held that the legal distinction between married couples and those in de facto relationships, which excludes the latter from the protections set out in the Civil Code of Quebec in the event that the relationship ends, is not discriminatory under article 15(1) of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms.
The CRDP (Centre for Research in Public Law) lists, among other resources, the Faculty of Law, ATRIUM Library (University of Montreal's on-line library catalogue), CRDP Research Centre and legal documents, the Civil Code of Quebec, and the Quebec Charter of Personal Rights and Freedoms (which will be available soon in English).
When one examines Justinian's Code, the Napoleonic Code, or the Civil Code of Quebec, one notices that the laws are worded in a general way.