Institutes and History of Roman Private Law with Catena of Texts

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Stevens and Haynes, 1886 - Electronic books - 1048 pages

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Contents

Anomalous Forms especially Testamentum Militis
798
Contents of the Testament 159 Institution of Heir
800
SECT
805
Substitutions
806
Invalidity of the Testament
813
Legitima Hereditas
817
Pro Herede Usucapio
826
Freedmen
831
Senatusconsultum Tertulliancm and Orphitianum
833
The Latest Law of Intestate Inheritance under Justinian ac cording to Nov 118
835
Succession contrary to a Testament Law of Necessary Inheritance Law of Praeteritio or Formal Law of Necessary Inheritance 167 According to the C...
838
123
840
Praetorian Law Bonorum Possessio con 169 Right to the Legitimate Portion or Material Law of Necessary tra Tabulas
843
Inheritance Querela Inofficiosi
850
ACQUISITION OF INHERITANCE AND PROTECTION OF THE Right of INHERITANCE 171 Manner and Form of Acquisition
857
Capacity for Acquisition of the Inheritance
866
In Iure Cessio and Transmissio Hereditatis
868
Effect of the Acquisition Beneficium Inrentarii Separationis Actio Familiae Erciscundae
872
Right of Accrual aduca Ereptoria
875
Protection of the Right of Inheritance
880
Succession without an Heir Bona Vacantia Bonorum Addictio Li
887
Nature and Object of Bequests
888
Legata
892
Fideicommissa
896
Assimilation of Legata and Fideicommissa
901
Limitation of Bequests the Quarta Falcidia in particular
903
Acquisition and Protection of Bequests
909
Lapse of Bequests
918
Partitio Legata and Universal Testamentary Trust
922
Mortis Causa Capiones and Donationes
930
APPENDIX THE JUDICIAL ENFORCEMENT
934
Courtdays
940
The Legis Actiones
946
Proceedings per Formulas
955
195
963
124
972
199
979
203
999
Legal Remedies
1010
Irocessual Tenantes
1016
196
1025
General Index
1035
620
1037

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