A Compendium of Roman Law: Founded on the Institutes of Justinian, Together with Examination Questions Set in the University and Bar Examinations (with Solutions) and Definitions of Leading Terms in the Words of the Principal Authorities

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Stevens & Haynes, 1892 - 288 sivua
"Founded on the Institutes of Justinian, together with examination questions set in the university and bar examinations (with solutions) and definitions of leading terms in the words of the principal authorities."--T.p.
 

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Sivu iii - FOUNDED ON THE INSTITUTES OF JUSTINIAN: TOGETHER WITH EXAMINATION QUESTIONS SET IN THE UNIVERSITY AND BAR EXAMINATIONS (WITH SOLUTIONS), And Definitions of Leading Terms in the Words of the Principal Authorities.
Sivu 139 - Now the penal Law of ancient communities is not the law of Crimes ; it is the law of Wrongs, or, to use the English technical word, of Torts.
Sivu 178 - ... subject. There did come a time, when from an ignoble appendage of the Jus Civile, the Jus Gentium came to be considered a great though as yet imperfectly developed model to which all law ought as far as possible to conform.
Sivu 243 - Praeterea quasdam actiones arbitrarias, id est ex arbitrio judicis pendentes, appellamus, in quibus, nisi arbitrio judicis is , cum quo agitur , actori satisfaciat , veluti rem restituat vel exhibeat vel solvat vel ex noxali causa servum dedat, condemnari debeat.
Sivu 273 - Hcereditas est successio in universum jus quod defunctus habuit ("an inheritance is a succession to the entire legal position of a deceased man"). The notion was that, though the physical person of the deceased had perished, his legal personality survived and descended unimpaired on his Heir or Co-heirs, in whom his identity (so far as the law was concerned) was continued.
Sivu 65 - ... two or three centuries an express promise from the husband at marriage to endow his wife, it at length succeeded in engrafting the principle of Dower on the Customary Law of all Western Europe.
Sivu 272 - Equity, meaning by that word any body of rules existing by the side of the original civil law, founded on distinct principles and claiming incidentally to supersede the : civil law in virtue of a superior sanctity inherent in ; those principles.
Sivu 203 - Rusticorum praediorum iura sunt haec : iter actus via aquae ductus. iter est ius eundi ambulandi homini, non etiam iumentum agendi vel vehiculum : actus est ius agendi vel iumentum vel vehiculum. itaque qui iter habet, actum non habet, qui actum habet, et iter habet eoque uti potest etiam sine iumento. via est ius eundi et agendi et ambulandi : nam et iter et actum in se via continet. aquae l ductus est ius aquae ducendae per fundum alienum.
Sivu 118 - Every convention, then, consists of a promise proffered and accepted ; that is, (i) of a signification by the promising party of his intention to do the acts or to observe the forbearances which he promises to do or observe, and (2) a signification by the promisee that he expects that the promising party will fulfil the proffered promise.
Sivu 195 - Si inter 3 tutorefh pupillumve iudicium agendum sit, quia ipse tutor in rem suam auctor esse non potest, non praetorius tutor ut olim constituitur, sed curator in locum eius datur, quo interveniente iudicium peragitur et eo peracto curator esse desinit.

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