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Código civil: Decreto Ley número anotado y concordado con 15 Ver la Gaceta de la Corte Suprema de Justicia | Civil | Código Civil. LIVRO I. TÍTULO I - Das leis, sua interpretação e aplicação. CAPÍTULO I - Fontes do Direito. Art.º 1º - Fontes imediatas. 1. São fontes imediatas do. Civil Code in the version promulgated on 2 January (Federal Law Version: New version by promulgation of 2 January I 42, ; , ;.

The emergence of biotypology in Brazilian medicine: the Italian model, textbooks, and discipline building, History of European universities, 19th and 20th centuries: challenges and transformations. New York: Springer; It thrived in countries that tended to reject the hard-line racist Mendelian eugenics found in the United States and Germany, even as its adherents sought to map human differences Stern AM.

From mestizophilia to biotypology: racialization and science in Mexico, Race and nation in modern Latin America. Biotypology facilitated the entry of ABO blood typing to Brazil. Kurt Landsteiner, an immunologist, elaborated this system in Germany in the early twentieth century. In he discovered that different types of blood would agglutinate when mixed together, and based on those clumping patterns, divided blood types into A, B, O, and AB.

Bangham J. Blood groups and human groups: collecting and calibrating genetic data after World War Two. Blood typing did not simply reveal racial and ethnic differences, it also constructed social and legal categories. Mouton M. From nurturing the nation to purifying the volk: Weimar and Nazi family policy, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press; Elsewhere, these tests were used haphazardly in legal disputes, as they were integrated into the battery of so-called classical genetic markers that included enzyme and protein testing.

Fitfully these techniques displaced morphologically based analyses such as anthropometry and phrenology, favored by Rodrigues, and the photographic composites used by some legal experts From degeneration to meeting point: historical views on race, mixture, and biological diversity of the Brazilian population. Reprinted ; Sociedade de Medicina Legal e Criminologia. Correio Paulistano ; 9 sep.

Finamori SD. Campinas: Universidade Estadual de Campinas; Some judges and even appeals courts ruled on the basis of the medical examination, although this contradicted dominant legal doctrine. Sabrina Finamori describes several paternity cases that contained medical examinations of this sort in the s, although none of them were decided primarily on the physical evidence In the juridical literature, specialists routinely criticized exams performed by private physicians and the reliance on unproven anthropometric methods, which some characterized as completely worthless Lins e Silva A.

Estudos de medicina legal. Rio de Janeiro: A. Coelho Branco; Campinas: Julex Livros; Amar AM. Nonetheless, well into the s, legal-medical examiners still completed standardized forms that required various morphological observations, followed by the blood test results Only two of the 54 Pernambucan tests were conclusive, excluding paternity; Almeida did not report on the outcome of the others In , Dr.

As the technology became more reliable, the courts began to weigh medical evidence more heavily, particularly when it excluded paternity Barra WE.

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Revista do Advogado ; Gomes O, Teodoro Jr. Rio de Janeiro: Forense; Efforts to extend blood typing in other areas met with mixed success. Human diversity and population genetics As blood typing gained some traction in legal medicine, it became a key instrument in several large-scale population-level genetics studies launched in Brazil after World War II. These studies shifted hereditary frameworks from questions of individual identification to puzzles of racial ancestry and national demography and helped to cement genetics as a dynamic scientific field with international and national relevance.

Lindee S, Santos RV. The biological anthropology of living human populations: world histories, national styles, and international networks.

Curr Anthropol ; 53 Suppl 5:S With significant financial backing from the Rockefeller Foundation, this research moved into two seemingly different directions, both of which expressed profound concern with the national and evolutionary aspects of ethnic and racial diversity in Brazil. This duo launched their collaboration in the s by tracking far into the site to acquire samples from the Xavante Indians living in Mato Grosso, eventually incorporating Yanomami living between Brazil and Venezuela, as well as indigenous groups in Central America Dent R.

Including the indigenous: Xavante genes in Brazilian human population genetics since The emergence of human population genetics and narratives about the formation of the Brazilian nation The ABO system was a core technique for many of these studies. Several prominent scientists dedicated the bulk of their careers to studying racial crossing in Brazil.

The underlying message was that Brazil was a melting pot of biological amalgamation, most ideally, a genetic portrait of racial synthesis and democracy. This research helped to consolidate human genetics and genomics in Brazil.

This quest for biogeographic archetypes continues today in studies that seek to demonstrate the degree of African ancestry among various regional populations and to underscore the tri, if not poly, hybrid genome of the entire nation Kent M, Santos RV. Historical genetics: spatiotemporal analysis of the formation of the Brazilian population.

Am J Hum Biol ; Pena SDJ. In Jeffreys described the development of multilocus DNA fingerprints and surmised that this new technique could play an important role in legal cases. Within one year, this application had been used in an immigration dispute, murder case, and paternity disputes Brief introduction to human DNA fingerprinting.

In: Pena SD, editor. DNA fingerprinting: state of the science. Boston: Springer; Aware that the judicial system remained very patriarchal, tending to hold women to a double sexual standard, he wanted to bring DNA paternity testing to Brazil. Like many of his contemporaries, Pena had experience with HLA and blood typing for paternity exclusions, but wanted the greater accuracy afforded by emergent DNA sequencing, particularly with the visualization of banding techniques.

Pena SD, Chakraborty R. Paternity testing in the DNA era. Trends Genet ; The s witnessed an explosion of DNA paternity testing, with labs appearing throughout Brazil, the pursuit of thousands of cases of contested paternity through the court system, and increased use of testing by private clients.

An estimate by Folha de S. Paulo in reported that 6, exams were processed each year by private labs, with an expected increase in these numbers in coming years Folha S. Paulo ; 3 nov.. The impact of DNA paternity testing on family law As geneticists and the media publicized the advent of DNA testing in the ss, many assumed that contentious investigations of paternity would soon become obsolete.

Indeed, as the procedure became increasingly accessible over the next twenty years, countless families, particularly among the middle and upper classes, resolved disputes privately.

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Dias MB. Investigando a parentalidade.

Revista CEJ ; The Superior Court of Justice STJ, the highest federal court of appeal and Supreme Court STF have largely adopted these interpretations, although they have not always been consistently implemented at lower instances of law and public policy Caulfield S.

The right to a father's name: a historical perspective on state efforts to combat the stigma of illegitimate birth in Brazil. Law and History Review ; Fonseca C. Parentesco, tecnologia e lei na era do DNA. These tensions surfaced both in the realm of family law and among international teams of biologists and geneticists who saw Brazil as an ideal laboratory for observation of racial mixture.

Illegitimacy and paternal recognition in Brazilian history Concern with verification of paternity has deep roots in Brazilian law.

During the colonial period , illegitimacy rates were notoriously high, particularly among the enslaved and free poor population, while Catholic marriage and legitimate birth were critical marks of honor for the white elite. Yet illegitimate children were not uniformly bereft of family honor or access to patrimony. The law excluded slaves, but many masters freed and then recognized the children they fathered with slave women Lewin L. Surprise heirs: illegitimacy, patrimonial rights, and legal nationalism in Luso-Brazilian inheritance, Stanford: Stanford University Press; After political independence in , liberal reforms expanded access to the justice system, making it easier for the rapidly growing population of freed and free people of color to sue for paternal recognition.

This radical change was consistent with a trend throughout post-independence Latin America, due in part to the strong influence of the Napoleonic Code Surprise heirs: illegitimacy, inheritance rights, and public power in the formation of imperial Brazil.

To make all children equal is a change in the power structures of society: the politics of family law in twentieth century Chile and Latin America. Rio de Janeiro: Imprensa Nacional; Soares de Faria S.

Souza A. This Roman Law concept was intended to extend rights to children raised jointly by unmarried parents, which its supporters recognized was a longstanding norm in Brazilian law and popular culture. They also defeated liberal attempts to permit parental recognition of adulterous and incestuous children such children could still demand child support Art. Ferreira AA.

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Azevedo N. The French law that reintroduced paternity investigations in , for instance, was much more restrictive, as were similar Portuguese and Spanish laws of and , respectively Once the Civil Code was implemented, paternity investigations quickly became one of the most common types of suits heard in the family courts.

Zicarelli Filho F. Surprisingly however, given the narrow wording of the law, evidence of concubinage or sexual relations at the time of conception was not usually the sole deciding issue.

Salvador: Faculdade de Direito da Bahia; In subsequent decades, judges frequently decided in favor of children whose father had provided a name, financial support, education, or affection, particularly if this were public knowledge. Although these elements were understood as evidence of a biological relationship, in practice, judgments reinforced a social and emotional conception of fatherhood From race science to biotypology Jurisprudence also grappled with the validity of forensic evidence in paternity cases from the ss, as identification sciences wedded to theories of heredity were taking root, first through the development of race science in legal medicine, and eventually through the loosely organized field of biotypology.

Rio de Janeiro: Editora Fiocruz; Peixoto A. Novos rumos da medicina legal. Rio de Janiero: Companhia Nacional; Silva EL. Manual de medicina legal. This interest in applied research was evident among Brazilian biotypologists, who emerged in the s principally in anthropology and medicine, and were disenchanted if not hostile to scientific proclamations about the supposed biological degeneration of mixed-race societies Vimieiro Gomes AC.

The emergence of biotypology in Brazilian medicine: the Italian model, textbooks, and discipline building, History of European universities, 19th and 20th centuries: challenges and transformations. New York: Springer; It thrived in countries that tended to reject the hard-line racist Mendelian eugenics found in the United States and Germany, even as its adherents sought to map human differences Stern AM.

From mestizophilia to biotypology: racialization and science in Mexico, Race and nation in modern Latin America. Biotypology facilitated the entry of ABO blood typing to Brazil. Kurt Landsteiner, an immunologist, elaborated this system in Germany in the early twentieth century.

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In he discovered that different types of blood would agglutinate when mixed together, and based on those clumping patterns, divided blood types into A, B, O, and AB. Bangham J. Blood groups and human groups: collecting and calibrating genetic data after World War Two.

Blood typing did not simply reveal racial and ethnic differences, it also constructed social and legal categories. Mouton M. From nurturing the nation to purifying the volk: Weimar and Nazi family policy, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press; Elsewhere, these tests were used haphazardly in legal disputes, as they were integrated into the battery of so-called classical genetic markers that included enzyme and protein testing.

Fitfully these techniques displaced morphologically based analyses such as anthropometry and phrenology, favored by Rodrigues, and the photographic composites used by some legal experts From degeneration to meeting point: historical views on race, mixture, and biological diversity of the Brazilian population. Reprinted ; Sociedade de Medicina Legal e Criminologia.

Correio Paulistano ; 9 sep. Finamori SD. Campinas: Universidade Estadual de Campinas; Some judges and even appeals courts ruled on the basis of the medical examination, although this contradicted dominant legal doctrine. Sabrina Finamori describes several paternity cases that contained medical examinations of this sort in the s, although none of them were decided primarily on the physical evidence In the juridical literature, specialists routinely criticized exams performed by private physicians and the reliance on unproven anthropometric methods, which some characterized as completely worthless Lins e Silva A.

Estudos de medicina legal. Rio de Janeiro: A. Coelho Branco; Campinas: Julex Livros; Surgimento da teoria da empresa e seus contornos 3. Edwards BK. Rothwell PM. Draft recommendation statement: aspirin to prevent cardiovascular disease and cancer.

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The impact of DNA paternity testing on family law As geneticists and the media publicized the advent of DNA testing in the ss, many assumed that contentious investigations of paternity would soon become obsolete.

Durham: Duke University Press; Novos rumos da medicina legal. Ferreira AA. Campinas: Julex Livros;