A Manual of Roman Private Law

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Cambridge University Press, Jan 12, 2012 - Law - 466 pages
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First published in 1939, this book is the second edition of a 1925 original. Aimed at beginners, it sets forth the main principles of Roman Law from both classical and later times, avoiding discussion of the problems involved in a more advanced study of the subject. Chapters are divided into three broad areas, concerning laws relating to persons, things and actions. An additional discussion of the sources and arrangement of laws is also provided. This book will be of value to anyone with an interest in Roman law and legal history.
 

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Contents

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1
ARRANGEMENTS AND CLASSIFICATIONS
18
SLAVERY CITIZENSHIP
34
THE FAMILY PERSONS ALIENI
60
THE FAMILY PERSONS SUI IURIS
89
THINGS PROPERTY MODES OF ACQUISITION
107
URE NATURALI
135
THINGS RIGHTS IN REM LESS THAN OWNER
153
THINGS SUCCESSION ON INTESTACY BONG
226
THINGS OBLIGATIONS FORMAL CONTRACTS
247
THINGS OBLIGATIONS CONTRACTS RE
272
THINGS OBLIGATIONS INCIDENTAL RULES
336
ACTIONS CLASSIFICATION THE SYSTEMS
361
ACTIONS STRUCTURE OF THE FORMULA
394
APPENDIX EXAMPLES OF FORMULAE 4 21
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THINGS UNIVERSAL SUCCESSION WILLS
172

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