Civil Procedure in France by Peter E. Herzog (auth.)

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When Louis XVI acceded to the throne in 1774, it still seemed possible to solve existing problems: The young King had a genuine desire to do what was right. As the King's chief minister, the economist Turgot proposed a nurober of fiscal and economic reforms, which, however, encountered opposition from many quarters. The nobility, unwilling to give up any of its privileges, adopted an uncompromisingly hostile attitude toward the bourgeoisie. Further, the judges of the reinstated parlements - Louis XVI had been unable to refund to the judges the purchase price of theiroffices andhad therefore abrogated the Meaupou reform- opposed reform vigorously.

Once again the nobility attempted to regain lost power, this time assisted by the members of the parlements. 14 By 1653, the rebellious nobles and judges were defeated. Thereafter, Cardinal Mazarin ruled France on the principles laid down by Richelieu. In 1661, when Mazarin died, the personal rule of Louis XIV commenced. arger cities. Since the judges of the parlements had an hereditary title to their office, which they could sell, they were quite independent of the King and often opposed royal policy.

Y et the war increased the feeling of national unity. It strengthened the power of the kings and weakened that of the feudal nobles who, in the ernerging age of gunpowder, were no Ionger an effective fighting force. 02. RenaissanceandReformation The period following the end of the Hundred Years' War was one of consolidation. Politically, the monarchy strengthened its power, largely through land annexations 11 and administrative reforms directed against the feudallords. Officials and advisers were selected from the middle dass, the feudal army was replaced by a standing army under direct royal control, and the powers of the remaining feudal Iords to dispense justice were curtailed: Decisions of their courts were made subject to review by the royal tribunals.

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