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who can sue, if res commodata is

stolen, iv. 1. 16.
compensatio, originally allowed only

in bonae lidei actions: extended to

those stricti iuris by a rescript of

M. Aurelius: Justinian's changes, iv.

6. 30: ib. 39.
condemnatio in an action: must be

certae pecuniae or rei, iv. 6. 32.
condltio, in connection with dies, i.

20. 1: iii. 15. 2: iii. 16. 2: iii. 19.
5: iii. 26. 11: iii. 29. 3: iv. 6. 33.

Condictio, on mutuum, iii. 14. pr. and
1: on stipulatio, iii. 15. pr.: origin
and def1n1tion of, iv. 6. 15: furtiva,
iv. 1, 19: ii. 1. 26: iv. 6. 14: inde-
biti, iii. 14. 1, cf. iii. 27. 6: cases of
solutio per errorem in which it is
excluded, iii. 27. 7.

conditions in institution of heir, ii.
14. 9: in legacies, iii. 20. 32 and 33:
impossible, in wills, ii. 14. 10: in
stipulations, iii. 19. 11; altemative
and conjunctive conditions in wills,
ii. 14. 11.

confusio, ii. 1. 27.

consilium, in manumissions, i. 6. 4:
distinguished from mandatum, iii.
26. 6.

consolidatio, ii. 4. 3.

constitutio Antonini, i. 8. 2.

Justiniani, i. 5. 3: i. 6. 2: i. 7-

pr.: i. 10. pr. and 13: i. 11. 3 and

12: i. 12. 4, ib. 6: i. 19: i. 20. 5: i.

22. pr.: i. 25. 13: ii. 1. 8 and 40: ii.

4. 3: ii. 6. pr. and 14: ii. 7. 1. 2. 3

and 4: ii. 8. 1 and 2: ii. 9. 1: ii. 11.

pr. and б: ii. 12. 3: ii. 13. 5: ii. 14.

pr.: ii. 16. 1: ii. 18. 2, 3 and 6:

ii. 19. 6: ii. 20. 2, 23, 27, 34, 35
and 36: ii. 23. 12: iii. 1. 2, 14 and
16: iii. 2. 3. 4. 7 and 8: iii. 3. 4: iii.
6. 10: iii. 7. 3 and 4: iii. 9. 4 and 5:

iii. 10. 1: iii. 11. 7: iii. 19. 12: iii.

21. pr.: iii. 23. pr.: iii. 27. 7: iii.
28. pr.: iii. 29. 3: iv. 6. 8, 24, 25,
3о. 33: 1v- 13- 2: iv. 16. 1: iv. 18. 8.

Leoniana, iii. 15. 1.

Severi, iii. 9. 5.

Zenonis, ii. 6. 14: iv. 4. 10: iv. 6.

34: iv. 13. 10.

constitutiones, defined, i. 2. 6: gene-
rales and personales, ib.

constitutum, the action on, iv. 6. 9.

construction of terms in a will, i.
H- 5.

continuatio dominii, in succession of
sui heredes ab intestato. iii. 1. 13:
temporis, in usucapio, ii. 6. 12 and 13.

contracts, the four kinds of, iii. 13. 2:
most of them originate in tl1e ius gen-
tium, i. 2. 2: innominate, iii. 24. 1

and 2: performance of, in respect of
place, iii. 15. 5, and of time, iii. 19.
26 and 27: impossibility of perform-
ance, ib. 2: see obligatio.

contracts of slaves and children in
power, liability of master and pater
on, iv. 7: the actio quod iussu, ib. 1:
actiones exercitoria and institoria, ib.
2: tributoria, ib. 3: de peculio et in
rem verso, ib. 4: plaintiff generally
has option between some of these
remedies: their respectiveadvantages,
ib. 5: sometimes can bring condictio
as altemative, ib. 8.

contumacia, iv. 17. 6.

oorrei promittendi and stipulandi, iii.
16.

costs of suit, iv. 16. 1.

criminal prosecutions, sec iudicia
publica.

cura, a munus publicum, i. 25. pr.

curator, i. 21.3: who have curators:
minors, i. 23. pr.: furiosi and pro-
digi, ib. 3: idiots, deaf, dumb, etc,
ib. 4: curator, where appointed, in
addition to tutor, ib. 5: mode of
appointment, ib. 1 and 3: cannot be
forced on a minor 'praeterquam in
litem,' ib. 2: can be appointed ad
certam causam, ib.: satisdatio of, i.
24: iv. 11. pr.: competition for sole
administration between two or more
curators, 1. 24. 1: procedure where
none of several curators offers satis-
datio, ib.: magistrates responsible for
their appointments, ib. 2-4: grounds
of excuse from serving the office of
curator or tutor, i. 25: viz. having a
certain number of children, ib. pr.:
being employed by the fiscus, ib. 1:
absence rci publicac causa, ib. 2: lis
de omnibus bonis vel hereditate be-
tween ward and tutor or curator, ib.
4: already serving three such offices,
ib. 5: poverty, ib. 6: extreme ill-
health, ib. 7: want of education, ib.
8: malicious appointment by pater,
ib. 9: irreconcileable enmity with
pater, ib. 11, or 'status controversia,'
ib. 12: old age or minority, ib. 13:
being a soldier, ib. 14, or a gramma-
ticus, rhetorician or physician 'intra
numerum,' ib. 15: allegation of ex-
cuse, how and when to be made, ib. 16.

customary Law (ius non scriptum, di-
utumi mores), i. 2. 9: ii. 16. pr.: iii.
10. pr.: iv. 17. pr.

D.

damnum iniuria datum, govemed by
the lex Aquilia, iv. 3. pr.: ils first
chapter (unlawful killing of slaves
and certain animals) and penalty, ib.:
animals hereunder included, ib. 1:
'unlawful killing ' more precisely de-
f1ned, ib. 2: illustrations, ib. 4-8:
does not include accident, ib. 3: lia-
bility for culpa under the statute, ib.:
meaning of the penalty, ib. 9: exten-
sion of the statute by construction, ib.
10: plaintiff may elect between civil
remedy and a criminal prosecution,
ib. 11: second chapter of the statute
obsolete, ib. 12: third chapter, relat-
ing to all other kinds of damnum, ib.
13: penalty under, ib. 14, 15: iv. 6.
19: actio utilis or in factum under,
iv. 3. 16.

dediticii, i. 5. 3: iii. 7. 4.

deductio do peculio, iv. 7. 4.

defensor, iv. 11. 5: defensores civita-
tum, i. 20. 5.

deportatio in insulam, i. 12. 1: i. 22.
1: iv. 18. 2, 7, 8 and 9.

depositum, iii. 14. 3: no set-off allow-
ed in action on, iv. 6. 30: miserabile,
iv. 6. 17 and 23.

derelictum, what is, ii. 1. 47 and 48.

dies, see condicio: dies cedit, ii. 20.
20 and 32: venit, ii. 15. 2.

Digest, the, references to, i. 10. 11: iii.
23. 2: iv. 6. 2, 5 and 37: iv. 13. 6:
iv. 14. 3: iv. 18. 12.

dignitas, loss of, no capitis deminutio,
i. 16. s.

diligentia, iii. 14. 2. 3 and 4: iii. 24.
5: iii. 25. 9: iii. 27. 1: iv. 1, 17.

dispensator, iii. 26. 10.

divi fratres, i. 25. 6.

dolus and culpa, iii. 23. 3: iii. 25. 9:
iv. 1. 17: iv. 3. 3 and 14.

donatio, inter vivos, differs from that
mortis causa in the difficulty of revo-
cation, ii. 7. 2: necessity of traditio
for, ib.: insinuatio in acta, how far
necessary, ib.: in certain cases revo-
cable, ib.: mortis causa, defined, ib.
1 : assimilated in legal treatment to
legacy, ib.: propter nuptias, tb. 3.

dos, i. 10. 12: ii. 7. 3: ii. 20. 15: iii.

i. 2: iii. 19. 4: iii. 24. 3: actions for
recovery of, iv. 6. 39.

dotale praedium, lex Iulia relating to,

ii. 8. pr.: new legislation of Justin-
ian, ib.

dotis exaotio, i. 10. 12.

retentio, iv. 6. 37.

duplicatio, iv. 14. 1.

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electio in legac1es, ii. 20. 22: in alter-
native stipulation, iv. 6. 33.

emancipati, their rights in intestate
succession, iii. 1, 9: rights of eman-
cipator, iii. 2, 8.

emancipation, old form of, i. 12. 6:
by imperial rescript, ib.: Justinian's
changes in the law of, ib.: rights of
emancipator over emancipatus, ib.:
cannot be enforced by children, ib. 9:
its effect on the peculium, ii. 9. 2:
pater allowed to retain usufruct of
half, ib.: emancipation under Justin-
ian always implies a fiducia, iii. 2. 8.

emphyteusis, iii. 24. 3: the law of
Zeno confirmed by Justinian, ib.

emptio venditio, the contract con-
cluded as soon as the price is agreed
on, iii. 23. pr., except where the par-
ties agree that it shall be in writing:
Justinian's change, ib.: vendor not
bound to convey unless the price is
paid, or security or credit given, ii.
1. 41: where fixing of the price is
left to a third person, iii. 23. 1: price
must be in money: former doubts
whether exchange was a distinct con-
tract, ib. 2: pcriculum rei venditae,
ib. 3: conditional sales, ib. 4: pur-
chase of things extra commercium:
remedy of purchaser if deceived by
vendor, ib. 5.

exceptio, a form of defence to an
action, iv. 13. pr.: in some cases
statutory, in others praetorian, ib. 7:
perpetua or percmptoria, ib. 9: tem-
poralis or dilatoria, ib. 10: effect of
prosecution of suit in face of the
latter, ib., iv. 6. 33: ex persona di-
latoria, iv. 13. 11 : exceptio of prin-
cipal debtor usually available to his
surety, iv. 14. 4.

exceptio doli mali, ii. 1. 30, 32, 33
and 34: iv. 13. 1.

in factum composita, iv. 13. 1.

iurisiurandi, iv. 13. 4.

metus causa, iv. 13. 1.

nisi bonis cesserit, iv. 14. 4.

pacti conventi, iii. 15. 3: iv. 13. 3.

pecuniae non numeratae, iii. 21:

iv. 13. 2.

procuratoria, iv. 13. 11.

rei a fisco emptae, etc., ii. 6. 13.

rei iudicatae, iv. 13. 5.

exheredatio, of filiusfamilias, must be
made nominatim, ii. 13. pr.: of
daughters, grandchildren, etc., in
power, may be made inter ceteros,
ib.: of postumi, ib. 1: of persons
postumorum loco, ib. 2: of emanci-
pati, required by the praetor, ib. 3
and 4: of adoptive children, ib. 4:
Justinian's changes in the law of,
ib. 5: not necessary in a military tes-
tament, ib. 6: nor in will of mother
or matemal ancestor, ib. 7.
eztinotae res, ii. 1. 26.

T.

fldeicommissarii, may witness will
under which they take, ii. 10. 11.

fideicommissum, impossible condition
in, taken pro non scripto, ii. 14. 10:
at first less strictly interpreted than
legacy, ii. зo. 3: to incertae personae,
ib. 25: to be executed after heir's or
fideicommissarius' death, ib. 35: ori-
ginally not binding in law, ii. 23. 1:
made binding by Augustus, ib.: con-
ditions of, under a will, ib, 2: fidei-
commissa pura, sub condicione, and
ex die certo, ib.: position of fidei-
commissarius, as quasi-heir or quasi-
legatee, ib. 3: relation between heres
and fideicommissarius under the SC*.
Trebellianum and Pegasianum, ib. 5.
19: case of heres being directed to
retain some single thing, equal to,
more, or less than his fourth, ib. 9:
fideicommissa ab intestato, ib. 10:
fideicommissarius may himself be
made fiduciarius, ib. 11: method of
proving fideicommissa ab intestato,
ib. 12: fideicommissa of res singulae,
may be imposed on legatee as well as
on heir, ii. 24. pr.: what may be
given in this way, ib. 1 : usual form
of fideicommissa, ib. 3.

fideiussio, can precede the principal
obligation, iii. 20. 3: mode of creat-
ing in Greek, ib. 7: document in evi-
dence of, proof of the contract, ib. 8.

fldeiusaors, iii. 20. pr.: can be added
to any obligation, civil or natural, ib.
1: their contract binds their heirs,
ib. 2: cofideiussors bound each in
solidum, ib. 4: cannot be bound for
more than the principal debt, ib. 5:
meaning of 'more,' ib.: paying fide-
iussor has actio mandati against his
principal, ib. 6: can generally plead
exceptiones open to his principal, iv.
14. 4.

flducia, in emancipations, iii. 2. 8.

flliusfamilias, contracts of, iii. 19. 6:
iv. 7: delicts of, iv. 8. 7.

fiscus, usucapio of property of, ii. 6. 9:
purchase of res alienae from, ib. 14:
change in the law by Zeno, ib.: suc-
cession by, to reus perduellionis, iii.
1. 5: to intestate persons, iii. 11. 1.

freemen, either ingenui or libcrtini, i.
3- 5-

fructus, become property of usufruc-
tuary only by perceptio: what the

term comprehends, ib. 37: fructus
consumpti, ii. 1. 35 : iv. 17. 2 and 4:
fructus percepti, belong to bona fide
possessor, ii. 1. 35: cf. iv. 17. 2 and 4.

furiosus, consent of, not necessary for
his children's marriage, i. 10. pr.: as
tutor, i. 14. 2: cannot make a will,
except in a lucid interval, ii. 1 a. 1:
cannot witness a will, ii. 10. 6: con-
tracts of, iii. 19. 8.

furtum, derived, iv. 1. 2: defined, ib.
1: implies animus furandi, ii. 6. 5: iv.

1. 7 and 18: the kinds of, ib. 3: ma-
nifestum and nec manifestum, ib.:
conceptum, oblatum, prohibitum, and
non exhibitum, obsolete in Justinian's
time, ib. 4: penalties for, ib. 5: in
connection with commodatum and
pignus, ib. 6 and 7: with servus
corruptus, ib. 8: of free persons, ib. 9:
of res sua, ib. 10: of domestic ani-
mals, ii. 1. 16: law of, in relation to
res extinctae, ib. 26: furtum of pro-
perty thrown out to lighten a vessel,
ib. 48: usucapio in relation to, ii. 6.

2, 3, 4 and 6: of immoveables, im-
possible, ib. 7: accomplices in fur-
tum, iv. 1. 11: assistance necessary
as well as advice to render an accom-
plice liable, ib.: by filiusfamilias or
slave, of property of pater or domi-
nus, ib. 12: by impubes, ib. 18: the
different actions on, ib. 19: iv. 6, 14
and 18.

a.

Gaius, iv. 18. 5.

Gallus Aquilius, iii. 29. 2.

Gordian, ii. 19. 6.

H.

habitatio, a ius in re aliena distinct
from usus and ususfructus: its ex-
tent, ii. 5. 5.

Hadrian, ii. 1. 39: ii. 10. 7: ii. 12.
pr.: ii. 19. 6: ii. 20. 25: iii. 3. 2:
epistola of, iii. 20. 4.

hereditas, either ex testamento or ab
intestato, ii. 9. 6: mode of calculating
the shares in, ii. 14. 5-8: damnosa,
ii. 19. 5: legitima, ii. 19. 7.

heres, his obligation to discharge lega-
cies quasi contractual, iii. 27. 5.

extraneus, ii. 19.I3 : must have tes-

tamentifactio at three times, ib. 4: is
entitled to an interval for deliberation,
ib. 5: after aditio made cannot re-
linquish unless a minor, ib.: certain
earlier exceptions to this rule, ib. 6,
which is much modified by Justinian's
introduction of the inventory, ib.:
modes of acceptance and refusal, ib. 7.

heres necessarius, ii. 14.1 : defined, ii.
19. 1 : his 'beneficium separationis,' ib.

saus et necessarius, defined, and

the name explained, ii. 19.2: iii. 1. 2
and 8: permitted by the praetor to
abstain from the inheritance, but not
after immixtio, ib. 5: need not make
aditio on intestacy, but succeeds ipso
iure, iii. 1. 3: females as sui, repre-
sented by their children after decease,
iii. 1. 15 and 16: suus heres iure
postliminii, iii. 1. 4: suus heres bar-
red from the succession where the
ancestor has been adjudged guilty of
treason, ib. 5.

households of the emperor and em-
press, ii. 6. 14.

hypotheca, ii. 6. 14: distinguished
from pignus, iv. 6. 7: tacit, of wife,
for restoration of dos, ib. 29: of
dotale praedium, ii. 8. pr.: as security
in an action, iv. 11. 4.

I.

inaedificatio, a species of accessio, ii.
1. 29 and 30.

incertae personas, defined, ii. 20. 25:
traditio to, ii. 1. 46: sub certa de-
monstratione, ii. 20. 25.

infamia, of tutor removed for dolus, i.
26. 6: the penalty of condemnation
in certain actions, iv. 16. 2,

infantia, iii. 19. 10.

ingenu1, who are, i. 4. pr.

ingenuitas, intermediate slavery no
bar to, i. 4. 1.

iniuria, defined, iv. 4. pr.: comprises
abuse, libel, etc., ib. 1: through
whom it may be suffered: children in
power and wife, ib. 2: slaves, ib. 3:
to joint-owners through servus com-
munis, ib. 4: iniuria through usufruc-
tuary slave, ib. 5: to free man or
alienus servus bona fide serviens or
possessed, ¡b. 6 : penalty of, accord-
ing to the XII Tables, altered by the
praetor, ib. 7: lex Comelia on, ib. 8:
iniuria atrox, defined, ib. 9: plaintiff
can choose between civil and crimi-
nal remedy, ib. 10: viri illustres may
bring or defend criminal prosecution
through a procurator, ib.: accessor-
ies, ib. 11: right to sue extinguished
by dissimulatio, ib. 12.

in toM vocatio of parent or patron
without praetor's permission, iv. 6.
12: iv. 16. 3.

i-nsinuatio, see acta.

institutio of heir, ii. 14: who may be
instituted, ib. pr. and 12 : institution
of servus proprius and alienus, ib. pr.:

effect of manumission and alienation
on institution of slave, ib. 1: institu-
tion of servus hereditarius, or one
belonging to an unknown person, ib.
2: of slave owned in common, ib. 3:
of postumus alienus, ii. 20. 28: of
the emperor for improper purposes,
ii. 17. 8: any number of heirs may
be instituted, ii. 14. 4: institutio sub
condicione, ex tempore, and ad tem-
pus, ib. 9: impossible condition in
institution taken pro non scripto, ib.
10: institution preceded by legacies
or manumissions, ii. 20. 34: poenae
nomine, ib. 36.

interdicts, their nature, iv. 15. pr.:
most usual in disputes about posses-
sion, ib.: prohibitory, restitutory and
exhibitory, ib. 1: adipiscendae pos-
sessionis, ib. 3: retinendae possessi-
onis, ib. 4: recuperandae possessionis,
ib. 6: simple and double, ib. 7: pro-
cedure, ib. 8.

interdictum quorum bonorum, iv. 15.3.

'Salvianum, iv. 15. 3.

unde vi, iv. 15. 6.

uti possidetis, iv. 15. 4 and 7.

utrubi, iv. 15. 4 and J.

interpretatio of the XII Tables, i. 17:
iv. 18. 5: of the lex Aquilia, iv. 3. 10.

intestacy, def1ned, iii. 1. pr.: succes-
sion on, given by the XII Tables first
to sui heredes, iii. 1.1, division among
them being per stirpes, ib. 6: time to
ascertain who is suus heres, ib. 7 ¡
given by the XII Tables after sui to
the nearest agnate, iii. 2. pr.: time to
ascertain who is nearest agnate, ib. 1
and 6: no successio graduu1n among
agnates till Justinian, ib. 7: succes-
sion of mother to children under SC.
Tertullianum, iii. 3: her rights en-
larged by Justinian, ib. 4 and 5, sub-
ject to her duty of procuring them
tutors if impuberes, ib. 6: succession
of children to mother under SC. Orfi-
tianum, iii. 4: succession after sui
and agnates or those adgnatorum loco
given by the praetor to cognates, iii.
5. pr. : meaning of intestacy in con-
nection with tutela legitima adgna-
torum, i. 15. 2.

inundatio, effect of on title to land, ii.
1. 24.

inventory, the, ii. 19. 6.

iudex, his duties, iv. 5. pr. : iv. 17: to
decide according to law and custom,
ib. pr.: in noxal actions, ib. 1: in
real actions, ib. 2: in actio ad exhi-
bendum, ib. 3: in actio familiae er-
ciscundae, ib. 4: communi dividundo,
ib. 5: finium regundorum, ib. 6.

iudicia, omnia absolutoria, i v. 1a. a:
omnia hodie extraordinaria, iii. 12.
pr.: iv. 15. 8.

iudicia publica, contrasted with civil
suits, iv. 18. pr.: meaning of the
term * public,' ib. 1: some of them
are capital, ib. 2.

iuris praecepta, i. 1. 3.

iurisprudentia, defined, i. 1. 1.

ius, divided into publicum and priva-
tum, i. 1. 4: publicum defined, ib.:
privatum defined, ib.: is tripertitum,
ib.: naturale, defined, i. a. pr.: civile,
distinguished from ius gentium, i. 2.
1 : its two species, ib. 10: subject to
change, ib. 11: gentium, proceeds
from naturalis ratio, i. 2. 1: is com-
mon to all men, ib. 2, and unchange-
able, ib. 11 : identified with ius natu-
rale, ii. 1. 11: older than ius civile,
ib.: scriptum and non scriptum, i. 2.
3: six sources of the former, ib:
honorarium, i. 2. 7: Romanum, its
three main heads, personarum, rerum
and actionum, i. 3. pr.

ius adcrescendi, a civil mode of ac-
quisition, ii. 7. 4: the law relating
to, altered by Justinian, ib.: under a
w ill, in consequence of praeteritio of
suus hercs, ii. 13. pr.: among legitimi
heredes on intestacy, iii. 4. 4.

iusiurandum taken by litigants, iv.
16. 1: de calumnia, ib.

iusta causa manumissionis, i. 6. 4-6:
adquisitionis, ii. 1. 35: ii. 6. pr.:
possessionis, ii. 6. pr. and 10.
Iustinus, ii. 7. 3: ii. 12. 4.
iustitia, defined, i. 1. pr.

L.

Laboo, ii. 25. pr.

Latini Iuuiani, i. 5. 3: succession to,
iii. 7. 4: modified by the SC. Largi-
anum and an edict of Trajan, ib.:
Latinitas abolished by Justinian, ib.

legacy, wrongly placed in the Insti-
tutes, ii. 20. pr.: defined, ib. 1: the
four old forms of, ib. 2: all assimi-
lated, and made recoverable by iden-
tical remedies, ib.: placed by Justin-
ian on the same footing with fidei-
commÍssa, ib. 3: iii. 27. 7: what
things may be bequeathed, ii. 20. 4:
burden of proof on legatee, ib.: le-
gacy of thing in pledge, and heir's
obligation to redeem, ib. 5: of res
aliena, when legatee becomes its owner
vivo testatore, ib. 6: legacy of same
thing to same person in two different
wills, ib.: of non-existent thing, ib.
7: of the same thing to two persons

coniunctim and disiunctim, ib. 8: of
fundus alienus, in which legatee al-
ready has usufruct by causa lucrativa,
ib. 9: of res legatarii, void, ib. 10:
of res sua quasi aliena, ib. 11: ali-
enation or mortgage in whole or part
by testator of th1ng previously be-
queathed, ib. 12: legacy of release
from a debt, or of extension of time
for payment, ib. 13: of money already
owed, whether puré, in diem. or sub
condicione, ib. 14: of dos from hus-
band to wife, ib. 15: destruction or
deterioration of res legata, without
fault of the heir, ib. 16: manumission
by heir of slave bequeathed by testa-
tor, ib.: legacy of ancilla with chil-
dren, of slave with peculium, of farm
with stock, of Ordinarius servus with
vicarii, ib. 17: of flock of sheep, ib.
18: of house with fixtures, ib. 19: of
a peculium, ib- 20: of res incorpor-
ales, e. g. a nomen, ib. 21 : election in
legacies, ib. 22: legatum optionis, ib.
23: the law changed by Justinian,
ib.: legacies void from want of tes-
tamentifactio in legatee, ib. 24: so
too formerly if legatee were an iu-
certa persona, ib. 25, or a postumus
alienus, ib. 26: Justinian's change in
the law, ib. 27: mistake in name of
heir or legatee, ib. 29: falsa demon-
stratio in legacy, ib. 30: falsa causa,
ib. 31: legacy to slave of the heir, ib.
32: to master of instituted slave, ib.
33: legalisation by Justinian of legacy
before institution of the heir, ib. 34:
legacy to be paid after death of heir
or legatee, not lawful before Justin-
ian, ib. 35: legacy given or transfer-
red poenae nomine, ib. 36: impossible
condition in legacy, taken pro non
scripto, ii. 14. 10: ademptio of lega-
cies, ii. a 1. pr.: translatio, ib. 1: li-
mitation of legacies by leges Furia,
Voconia, and Falcidia, ii. 22. pr.: in
singulis heredibus ratio legis Kalci-
diae ponenda est, ib. 1: time of esti-
mating the Falcidian fourth, ib. a:
funeral expenses, etc. first deducted
from the estate, ib. 3: legacy per
damnationem, iii. 27. 7.
legatees, can witness the will under
which they take, ii. 10. 11: partiary,
ii. 25. 5.

legitima pars: see quarta e lege Fal-
cidia.

legitimation, modes of, i. 10. 13:
effect of, in making children sui he-
redes, iii. 1. a.

Lentulus, ii. 25. pr,

Leo, iii. 15. 1 : ii1. 19. 14.

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