The Institutes of Justinian: With English Introduction, Translation, and Notes

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Thomas Collett Sandars
J.W. Parker and Son, 1853 - Roman law - 614 pages

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Page 206 - ... qualia sunt ea quae in iure consistunt, sicut hereditas ususfructus obligationes quoquo modo contractae. Nee ad rem pertinet, quod in hereditate res corporales continentur; nam et fructus, qui ex fundo percipiuntur, corporales sunt, et id quod ex aliqua obligatione nobis debetur plerumque corporale est, veluti fundus homo pecunia: nam ipsum ius successionis et ipsum ius utendi fruendi et ipsum ius obligationis incorpórale est. Eodem numero sunt et iura praediorum urbanorum et rusticorum, quae...
Page 487 - ... rem necessarias impensas fecerit : non intellegitur proprie ex contractu obligatus esse, quippe nihil inter se contraxerunt : sed quia non ex maleficio tenetur, quasi ex contractu teneri videtur.
Page 427 - Namque non ita res datur ut ejus fiat ; et ob id de ea re ipsa restituenda tenetur. Et is quidem qui mutuum accepit, si quolibet fortuito casu quod accepit amiserit, veluti incendio, ruina, naufragio, aut latronum hostiumve incursu, nihilo minus obligatus permanet. At is qui utendum accepit sane quidem exactam diligentiam custodiendae...
Page 238 - A donation mortis causa is that which is made to meet the case of death, as when anything is given upon condition that, if any fatal accident befalls the donor, the person to whom it is given shall have it as his own; but If the donor should survive, or If he should repent of having made the gift, or If the person to whom It has been given should die before the donor, then the donor shall receive back the thing given.
Page 606 - ... sewn up in a sack with a dog, a cock, a viper, and an ape, and inclosed in this horrible prison he is to be, according to the nature of the place, thrown into the sea...
Page 182 - ... 13. It has been asked, whether, if you have wounded a wild beast, so that it could be easily taken, it immediately becomes your property. Some have thought that it does become yours directly you wound it, and that it continues to be yours while you continue to pursue it, but that if you cease to pursue it, it then ceases to be yours, and again becomes the property of the first person who captures it. Others have thought that it does not become your property until you have captured it. We confirm...
Page 555 - ... if the peculium be sufficient to answer the demand, the father or master is condemned to pay the whole debt ; but if the peculium be not sufficient, he is condemned to pay only to the extent of the peculium. We will hereafter explain, in its proper place, how the peculium is to be estimated. C. iv. 26. 12. We here enter on another division of actions, according to which actions, by which the whole of what was due was obtained, are distinguished from those by which sometimes the whole, sometimes...
Page 190 - ... quisque, veluti ex suo vino et alieno melle mulsum, aut ex suis et alienis medicamentis emplastrum aut collyrium, aut ex sua et aliena lana vestimentum fecerit, dubitandum non est hoc casu eum esse dominum qui fecerit : cum non solum operam suam dedit, sed et partem eiusdem materiae praestavit.
Page 366 - ... nepotes neptesve in patris sui locum succedere. pari ratione et si nepos neptisve sit ex filio, et ex nepote pronepos proneptisve, simul vocantur*. Et quia placuit nepotes...
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