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" ... emptoris damnum est, cui necesse est, licet rem non fuerit nactus, pretium solvere; quidquid enim sine dolo et culpa venditoris accidit, in eo venditor securas est. "
The Institutes of Justinian - Page 363
by Thomas Collett Sandars - 1878 - 603 pages
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A Law Glossary of the Latin, Greek, Norman, French, and Other ..., Volume 3

Thomas Tayler - Dictionaries, Polyglot - 1819 - 220 pages
...tradita non sit. Itaque si—aut cedes totce vel aliqua ex parte incendio consumptce fuerint—emptoris damnum est, cui necesse est, licet rem non fuerit nactus, pretium solvere. For when a purchase and sale is contracted, the risk of the thing sold immediately pertains to the...
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Elementos del derecho natural por Burlamaqui

Jean Jacques Burlamaqui - International law - 1820 - 432 pages
...parti ablatus sitt sive etiam inunda tione aqute aut arloribus turbine dejeciis , longue minor aut deterior esse coeperit : emptoris damnum est cui necesse est , licet rem non fuerit nac tus , pretium solvere: §111. inst. ¿e empt. vendir. lib. III. tit. XXIV. Post perfectam venditionem...
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Corpo del diritto: Cronologia e istituzioni

Roman law - 1836
...est, cui necesse (3) (c) est , licet rem non fuerit nactus, pretium solvere. Quidquid enim (4) (d) sine dolo et culpa venditoris accidit, in eo venditor securus est. Sed et si post emplionem fundo aliquid (5) (e) per ¡illuvionem accesserit , ad emploris commodum pcrlinet. Kam et...
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Commentaries on Colonial and Foreign Laws: Generally, and in Their ..., Volume 2

William Burge - Comparative law - 1838
...purchaser, and any loss or injury which happens to it, as its destruction by fire, &c., falls on him. " Emptoris damnum est, cui necesse est, licet rem non fuerit nactus pretium sol vere." (c) This principle has been considered inconsistent with a maxim of the civil law, that...
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De casus in contractibus pactis que effectu in jure romano atque byzantino ...

Petrus Paparrégopoulos - Law, Byzantine - 1839 - 57 pages
...etiam inund alione aquae aut arboribus turbine defectis longe minor aut deterior esse cœperit; emtoris damnum est, cui necesse est, licet rem non fuerit nactus, pretium solvere. Quidquid culm sine dolo et culpa venditoris accidit in eo venditor securus est (29). ''O i TIJ xai tí; TÔV...
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A Treatise on the Effect of the Contract of Sale: On the Legal Rights of ...

Colin Blackburn Baron Blackburn - Contracts - 1845 - 352 pages
...cod. diet, tit., and lastly, of Justinian in his Institutes de empt. vend., s. 3, who says positively, Emptoris damnum est cui necesse est licet rem non fuerit nactus pretium solvere. "309. After having settled that the thing sold remains at the risk of the purchaser so soon as the...
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Les manuscrits de Philippe Le Geyt, écuyer, lieutenant-bailli de l ..., Volume 2

Philippe Le Geyt - Constitutional law - 1847
...arboribus turbine dejectis, longé minor aut deterior esse cœperit : emptoris damnum est, cui neccsse est, licet rem non fuerit nactus, pretium solvere....venditoris accidit, in eo venditor securus est. Sed etsi post emptionem fundo aliquid per alluvionem accessit, * ad emptoris commodum pertinet : nam et...
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Joseph Louis Elzéar Ortolan - 1847
...oœperit, emptoris darnuum est, cui neoesse est, lioet rem non fuerit nactus, pretiurn solvere. Quid-: quid enim sine dolo et culpa venditoris accidit, in eo...securus est. Sed et si post emptionem fundo aliquid per alluvionein accessit, ad emptorii comjnodum pertinet, nam et commodum ejus esse débet cujus periculum...
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Enciclopedia española de derecho y administración o Nuevo teatro universal ...

Lorenzo Arrazola - 1860
...ya se deteriore, perece ó se deteriora para el comprador, y no puede escusarse de pagar el precio. «Quidquid, enim, sine dolo et culpa venditoris accidit, in eo venditor securus est.» De la misma manera es suyo el aumento y provecho: «nam et commodum ejus esse debet , cujus periculumest...
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Enciclopedia española de derecho y administración o Nuevo teatro universal ...

1860
...deteriore, perece ó se deteriora para el comprador, y no puede escusarse de pagar el precio. «Quirfquid, enim, sine dolo et culpa venditoris accidit, in eo venditor securus est.» De la misma manera es suyo el aumento y provecho: «nam et commodum ejus esse debet , cujus pcrieulum...
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