1 The Mixed Courts of Egypt were a system of Mixed Courts of the Colonial Era which operated from 1876 to 1949. Their creation was the result of a judicial reform adopted in 1875 by Egypt in agreement with 14 Western powers benefitting from extraterritoriality as part of the capitulations regime. Like other mixed courts of that time, the Mixed Courts of Egypt were created within the legal system of a non-Western polity, but comprised an international bench (made up of two-thirds of foreigners) and followed a Western (largely French) model with regard to...
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