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" ... to dry his nets there, and haul them from the sea ; for the shores may be said to be the property of no man, but are subject to the same law as the sea itself, and the sand or ground beneath it. "
The Institutes of Justinian: With English Introduction, Translation, and Notes - Page 159
edited by - 1876 - 693 pages
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The Institutes of Justinian: With English Introduction, Translation, and Notes

Thomas Collett Sandars - 1853 - 614 pages
...may retreat, or to dry his nets there, and haul them from the sea ; for the shores mny be said to be the property of no man, but are subject to the same...itself, and the sand or ground beneath it. D. i. 8. 0. pr.'and I. The shores over which the Roman people had power were not the property of the Roman people,...
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The Institutes of Justinian: With English Introduction, Translation, and Notes

Thomas Collett Sandars - 1853 - 614 pages
...may retreat, or to dry his nets there, and haul them from the sea ; for the shores may be said to be the property of no man, but are subject to the same...the sea itself, and the sand or ground beneath it. P. i. . 5. pr.'and 1. The shores over which the Roman people had power were not the property of the...
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The Institutes of Justinian: With English Introduction, Translation, and Notes

Thomas Collett Sandars - Roman law - 1859 - 606 pages
...may retreat, or to dry his nets there, and haul them from the sea ; for the shores may be said to be the property of no man, but are subject to the same...it. D. i. 8. 5. pr. and 1. The shores over which the Koman people had power were not the property of the Roman people, although it belonged specially to...
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The Institutes of Justinian: With English Introduction, Translation, and Notes

Thomas Collett Sandars - Institutiones - 1869 - 606 pages
...of no man, but are subject to the same law as the sea itself, and the sand or ground beneath it. . pr. and 1. The shores over which the Roman people had power were not the property of the Eoman people, although it belonged specially to the Roman people to see that the free use of them was...
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Beeton's Law Book: A Practical Compendium of the General Principles of ...

Samuel Orchart Beeton - Law - 1872 - 1530 pages
...therefore any person is at liberty to place on it a cottage, to which he may retreat, for the shores are the property of no man, but are subject to the same law as the sea itself and the land beneath it. 57;. High- Water Stark. The inner boundary of the sea-shore is liie Kxhv.-ater mark,...
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A Treatise on the Law of Boundaries and Fences: Including the Rights of ...

Ransom Hebbard Tyler - Boundaries (Estates) - 1876 - 596 pages
...may retreat, or to dry his nets there, and haul them from the sea ; for the shores may be said to be the property of no man, but are subject to the same law as the sea itself and the land or ground beneath it. That is to say, this is the rule laid down in the Institutes (1nstit., lib....
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The Institutes of Justinian

Thomas Collett Sandars - Roman law - 1878 - 603 pages
...esse, cujus et mare et quse be said to be the property of no man, subjacent man, terra vel harena. but are subject to the same law as the sea itself, and the sand or ground heneath it. D. i. 8. 5. pr. and 1. The shores over which the Roman people had power were not the property...
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The Canadian Law Times, Volume 13

Canada - 1898
...retreat, or to dry his nets there, and haul them up from the sea, for the shores may be said to be the property of no man, but are subject to the same...the sea itself, and the sand or ground beneath it "(.?). A learned commentator on the Institutes says as to the law relating to the sea-shore : " The...
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The Law of Boundaries & Fences in Relation to the Seashore and Sea-bed ...

Arthur Joseph Hunt - Adjoining landowners - 1904 - 314 pages
...to which he may retreat, or to dry his nets there and to haul them from the sea, for the shores are the property of no man, but are subject to the same...the sea itself, and the sand or ground beneath it. (6) Hale, De Jure Marls, pp. 12, 25 ; Coustable 's Case, 5 Cokfi Rep. 107. (i•) Malcolmsoii v. O'Dea,...
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The Institutes of Justinian: With English Introduction, Translation and Notes

Thomas Collett Sandars - Roman law - 1905 - 608 pages
...shores said to be the property of but are subject to the same la sea itself, and the ground or neath it. pr. and 1. The shores over which the Roman people had power werf not the property of the Roman people, although it belonged specially to the Roman people to see...
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