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" GAI. iii. 31 ; 13. It is, however, to be observed that children still remaining in an adoptive family, or who have been emancipated by their adoptive father, after the decease of their natural father, who dies intestate, although not admitted by the part... "
The Institutes of Justinian: With English Introduction, Translation, and Notes - Page 349
edited by - 1876 - 693 pages
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Corpus Juris Civilis. Institutiones

Thomas Cooper - Roman law - 1812 - 714 pages
...emancipatos, deinde legitimos haeredes, tertio proximos cognatas. •were in an adoptive family, but have been emancipated by their adoptive father, after the decease of their natural father, dying- intestate, are not admitted by that part of the- edict, by which children are called to the...
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The Institutes of Justinian

Thomas Cooper - Roman law - 1841 - 628 pages
...auam emancipates, deinde legitimos hasredes, tertio proximos coguatas. were in an adoptive family, but have been emancipated by their adoptive father, after the decease of their natual father, dying intestate, are not admitied" by that part of the edict, by which children are...
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The Institutes of Justinian

A ". member of the New York Bar" - Roman law - 1852 - 710 pages
...quam emancipates, deinde legitimos hteredes, tertio proximos cognatas. were in an adoptive family, but have been emancipated by their adoptive father, after the decease of their natural father, dying intestate, are not admitted by that part of the edict, by which children are called to the possession...
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The Institutes of Justinian: With English Introduction, Translation, and Notes

Thomas Collett Sandars - 1853 - 614 pages
...liberos vocal tam suos heredes quam emancípalos, deinde legítimos heredes, deinde próximos cognatos. 13. It is however to be observed, that children still...dies intestate, although not admitted by the part of Ihe edicl, calling children lo the possession of goods, are admitted by another part, by which Ihe...
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The Institutes of Justinian: With English Introduction, Translation, and Notes

Thomas Collett Sandars - Roman law - 1859 - 606 pages
...liberos vocal tarn suos heredes quam emancipates, delude legítimos heredes, deiudo próximos cognatos. 13. It is, however, to be observed, that children...goods, are admitted by another part, by which the mynali of the deceased are called. They ore, however, only thus admitted in default of mi herede»,...
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The Institutes of Justinian: With English Introduction, Translation, and Notes

Thomas Collett Sandars - Institutiones - 1869 - 606 pages
...cum пес nécessitas patri adoptivo iinponitur vel heredera eum instituere vel exheredatum faceré, 13. It is, however, to be observed, that children...an adoptive family, or who have been emancipated by theiradoptive father, after the decease of their natural father, who dies intestate, although not admitted...
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The Southern Law Review, Volume 1

Law - 1875
...adoptive father." Inst. (Sandars) 369, lib. in. tit. I. 10. " It is, however, to be observed, that the children still remaining in an adoptive family, or...goods, are admitted by another part, by which the ADOPTION AND INHERITANCE. 77 cognati of the deceased are called. They are, however, only thus admitted...
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The Institutes of Justinian

Thomas Collett Sandars - Roman law - 1878 - 603 pages
...tarn suos heredes quam emancipates, deinde legitimos heredes, deinde proximos cognates. GAI. iii. 31 ; 13. It is, however, to be observed that children still...They are, however, only thus admitted in default of sni herede*, emancipated children, and agnati. For the prietor first calls the children, both the sui...
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The Institutes of Justinian

Thomas Collett Sandars - Roman law - 1878 - 603 pages
...liberos vocat tam suos heredes quam emancipatos, deinde legitimox heredes, deinde proximos cognates. 13. It is, however, to be observed that children still...their adoptive father, after the decease of their natuml father, who dies intestate, although not admitted by the part of the edict calling children...
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Outline of Roman History from Romulus to Justinian: (including Translations ...

David Nasmith - Roman law - 1890 - 618 pages
...children. § 13. We must nevertheless observe, that although those who were in an adoptive family, but have been emancipated by their adoptive father, after the decease of their natural father, dying intestate, are not admitted by that part of the edict by which children are called to the possession...
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