Karnitsky Joseph I.( The well-known lawyer)
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Biography Karnitsky Joseph I.
(1840 - 1914). Educated in Paris, in 1862. entered the public service, first in the Kingdom of Poland, then in one of the departments of the Ministry of Justice. In 1877 - 1882 years Karnitsky consisted friend Procurator Civil Cassation Department of the Senate, then was appointed a senator. Since the establishment of a drafting committee for drafting the civil code (1882) Karnitsky entered in it, stayed there until the completion of its work, was one of the most active of its members, and after death, AA. Knirima - its chairman. The work of the commission Karnitsky gave their best forces, and because of her almost abandoned the other scientific and literary work. He published "Draft provisions on the acquisition of ownership of movables" (1895) and a number of reports he had read in the Law Society at St. Petersburg University. In Proceedings of the society Karnitsky took an active part and at one time was chairman of its Civil Division. In its judicial, . literary and, . especially, . legislative activity Karnitsky found, . along with unwavering dedication to the best legacy of the era of great reforms, . small analytical skills and understanding of living nominated science and life issues, . - Data, . through which it works to establish a civil code have been particularly fruitful.,