The Institutes of Justinian

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Thomas Cooper
P. Byrne, 1812 - Roman law - 714 pages

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Page ii - of the said district, hath deposited in this office, the title of a book, the right whereof he claims as proprietor, in the words following to wit: "The Institutes of Justinian. With Notes, by Thomas Coo"per, Esq. Professor of Chemistry, at Carlisle College,
Page 616 - pounds sterling or upwards, shall be allowed to be good, except the "buyer shall accept part of the goods so sold, and actually receive the " same, or give something in earnest to bind the bargain, or in part *' of payment, or unless some note, or memorandum in writing of the " said bargain be made and signed by the parties to be charged
Page ii - of the Congress of the United States, intitled," An act for the encouragement of learning, by securing the copies of Maps, Charts, and Books, to the authors and proprietors of such copies during the times therein mentioned."—And also to the act, intitled, " An Act supplementary to an Act,
Page 486 - that if any person shall attest the execution of any will or "codicil, which shall be made after the 24th of June, 1752, to whom " any beneficial devise, legacy, estate, interest, gift, or appointment, of " or affecting any real or personal estate
Page 442 - may take the oath of Allegiance : at fourteen is at years of discretion, and may therefore consent or disagree to marriage ; may choose his Guardian, and if his discretion be actually proved, may make his testament of his personal estate; at seventeen may be an executor; and at twenty one is at his own
Page 7 - qui legibus et moribus reguntur, partim suo proprio, partim communi omnium hominum, jure •utuntur: nam quod quisque populus sibi jus constituit, id ipsius proprium civitatis est, vocaturque jus civile, quasi jus proprium ipsius civitatis.
Page 293 - obligatus manet, ac si postea nullus stipulatus fuisset. Sed, si eadem persona sit, a qua postea stipuleris, ita demum novatio fit, si quid in posteriore stipulatione novi sit; forte si conditio aut dies aut fidejussor adjiciatur aut detrahatur. Quod aUtem diximus, si conditio adjiciatur, novationem fieri, sic
Page 348 - at, in actione de peculio, ante deducitur, quod domino debetur; et in id, quod reliquum est, creditori dominus condemnatur. Rursus de peculio ideo expedit agere, quod in hac actione totius peculii ratio habetur ; at in tributoria ejus tantum, quo negotiator; et potest quisque tertia forte parte peculii, aut quarta, vel
Page 329 - dari cuiquam id intelligitur, quod ita datur, ut ejus fiat: nee res, quae jam actoris est, magis ejus fieri potest. Plane odio furum, quo magis pluribus actionibus teneantur, efFectum est, ut, extra poenam dupli aut quadrupli, rei recipiendae nomine, fures etiam hac actione teneantur, si
Page 345 - et quid cum eo, ejus rei causa, cui praepositus erit, contractum fuerit. Ideo autem institoria appellatur, quia, qui negotiationibus prseponuntur, institores vocantur. Istas tamen duas actiones praetor reddit, et si liberum quis hominem, aut alienum servum, navi aut tabernae aut tabernae aut cuilibet negotiation! praeposuerit; scilicet, quia eadem aequitatis ratio etiam eo casu

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