Institutes and History of Roman Private Law with Catena of Texts

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Stevens and Haynes, 1886 - Roman law - 1048 pages

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Contents

THE ROMAN PRIVATE
87
SOt PICK
97
icr 102 Eights of the Pledgecreditor Concurrence of Ivra Pignoris
102
Nature and Species of Protection of Rights
118
Commencement and Termination of Actions and of Prescrip
129
Judgment and that which represents it
135
Interdicts
147
Means of assuring Rights
158
Liberi and Ingenui in particular
165
Commencement of Servitus
173
In General
180
Law of Patronage
191
Cīte Latini Peregrini
197
Legal Remedies for the Protection of Freedom and Citizenship
207
43 The Natural Family Bloodrelationhip
215
The Familia of the Civil Law Agnati and Gentiles
219
Nature and Forms of Celibacy
221
Pos8ibility of or Impediments to Marriage
225
Conclusion of Marriage Betrothal
230
Dissolution of a Marriage Second Marriage
234
Nature of Manus its Subjectmatter
240
Origin and Termination of Mantis
243
its Nature and Scope
248
The Natural Ground thereof laid in Procreation Legitimation
254
Artificial Creation by an Act in the Law Adoption
257
Termination of Patria Potestas
267
Protection of Patria Potestas
275
Mancipium
277
Capitis Diminutio
280
Civil Honour Infamia
285
Capacity to Act 58 In General
290
Sex
291
Age
292
Infirmity Prodigality
296
Aid supplied by Guardianship to Defective Capacity to Act 62 Nature and Varieties of GcAHDiANsmp
298
Capacity for Guardianship fixcusationes
301
Nomination of Tutor Assumption of the Guardianship
305
End of Guardianship
315
Tutela Midierum
316
Cura
324
JURISTIC PERSONS 68 Nature of Juristic Persons
327
4jcf The Several Kinds of Juristic Persons
331
Notion of Things Ret CorporalisIncorporalis in Commercio
333
Re MobilesJmmobiles
338
and Accessory
344
Iles MancipiЛес Mancipi
351
Nature Forms and History of Roman Ownership
353
Nature and Kinds of Possession
358
Acquisition and Loss of Ownership 77 Outline
367
The Several Species of Acquisition and Loss Adijuisitiones Civiles 78 Adjudication by the State and the like
368
Transfer lure Civili by the Existing Owner
370
Usucapiķ
374
Longi Temporis Possessio
385
Traditio
387
Occupatio
390
Combination and Intermixture Accessio Commixtio Confluid
398
Acquisition of Fruits
406
Specification
410
Loss of Ownership from Special Causes
413
Acquisition through others
414
Acquisition and Loss of Possession
418
Legal Protection of Ownership and Possession 90 Proprietary Actions
426
Legal Remedies for the Protection of Possession Possessor Interdicts
437
General View
444
1 Servitutes 93 Nature of Servitudes and the Rules of Law in General appli cable to them
445
Praedial Servitudes
449
Personal
452
Origin of Servitudes
464
Termination of Servitudes
466
Legal Protection of Servitudes
471
2 Superficies and Emphyteusis Agcr Vcctigalis
476
3 Law of Pledoe 100 Nature and History of the Pledgeright
480
Prerequisites and Origin of the Pledgeright
486
Protection of such Rights
491
Termination of the Pledgeright S
500
Law ok Obligations TIT I NATURE OF OBLIGATIONS 104 Essence of Obligatio 54
504
2 Obligationes ex Delicto
505
General View SS 106 Principal and Accessory Object Interest 59
509
1 Obligationes ex Contractu The System of Contracts under the Civil Law 116 Nexum
553
Verborum Obligationes 117 In General tStipvlatio and Dotis Dictio
555
Aihtipulatio and Adpromissio Suretyship
563
Litterarum Obligatio
576
Loan for Consumption
578
Depositum Commodatum Pignus
584
Purchase and Sale
591
Hiring or Letting
604
Contract of Partnership
613
Mandate
620
Extension of the System of Contracts lire Cirili by the so called Innominate Contracts
626
Actionable Pacta 127 Pacta Adiecta
632
Pacta Praetoria
634
Pacta Legitima and Donatio in particular
638
BKCT PiO I jo In General
647
Bona Papta
659
Damnum Iniuria Datum Lex Aquilia
661
Iniuria
668
Obligationes quasi ex Contractu
676
Obligationes quasi ex Delicto
685
Obligations from Mere Circumstances
690
Extinction of Obligations 138 Outline
696
Solutio
698
Compentatio
702
Agreement for Release Xexi Liberatio Acceptilatio Paction de non Pttendo Contrarius Dissensus
707
Kovatio
713
Involuntary Grounds of Extinction
719
Transfer of Claims Cession
720
Intercession Senatoaconsultum Velleianum
724
INFLUENCE OF MARRIAGE UPON PROPERTY Dos 146 Nature and Constitution of Dos
729
The Dos after Dissolution of the Marriage
736
Gifts between Spouses Donatio Propter Nuptias Pes Amotae
742
Peculium Profecticium and Castrense
749
Peculium quasi Castrense Bona Adventicia
756
Influence of Guardianship upon Property 151 Discharge of Guardianship
758
Liabilities arising from the Management of Guardianship
765
PART HL LAW OF INHERITANCE Chap I General Doctrines 153 Nature and Subjectmatter of the Law of Inheritance
768
The Praetorian Successional System of Bonorum Possessio
772
Pro Uerede Usucapio
778
Nature of a Testament Capacity for making one
783
ист iGB
790
15 Anomalous Forms especially Testamentum MilitU
798
Substitutions
806
Invalidity of the Testament
813
In Respect of the Freeborn
831
Succession contrary to a Testament Law of Necessary Inheritance
838
The Justinianean Law of Necessary Inheritance according
856
Capacity for Acquisition of the Inheritance
866
175 Right of Accrual Caduca Ereptoria
875
Protection of the fiight of Inheritance
885
Iyegata
896
Limitation of Bequests the Quarta Falcidia in particular
903
Acquisition and Protection of Bequests
909
Lapse of Bequests
918
bkct глав 187 Form of Roman Civil Procedura
934
Jurisdiction Competence
935
Indices
939
Courtdays
940
The Proceedings 191 Commencement of the Suit
942
The Legis Actiones
946
Proceedings per Formulas
955
In General
956
Instructions for the Suit Assignment of the Formula
959
Processual Cautiones
963
Representation
965
The Partes Formulae 197 The Ordinary Constituents
972
Excejitiones
976
Praescripliones
979
Variety of Actions in respect of their Formulation
983
Interdicta 9SS The Further Proceedings Indicium Execution Legal Remedies Judicium
988
Sulijectmatter and Prerequisites of the Judicial Sentence
993
Translatio ludicii
999
Execntion of the Judgment
1002
Legal Remedies
1010
Processual Penalties
1016
Index to the Latin Passages
1019
General Index
1035

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