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 200 - Hadrianus naturalem aequitatem secutus ei concessit qui invenerit. idemque statuit, si quis in sacro aut in religioso loco fortuito casu invenerit. at si quis in alieno loco non data ad hoc opera, sed fortuitu invenerit, dimidium domino soli concessit. et convenienter, si quis in Caesaris loco invenerit, dimidium inventoris, dimidium Caesaris esse statuit.
Page 322 - Eoque genere legati etiam aliena res legari potest, ita ut heres redimere rem et praestare aut aestimationem eius dare debeat. (203) Ea quoque res quae in rerum natura non est, si modo futura est, per damnationem legari potest, velut: FRUCTUS QUI IN ILLO FUNDO NATI ERUNT, aut: QUOD EX ILLA ANCILLA NATUM ERIT.
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 591 - Quorum bonorum ex edicto meo illi possessio data est, quod de his bonis pro herede aut pro possessore possides, possideresve si nihil usucaptum esset, quodque dolo malo fecisti ut desineres possidere, id illi restituas, Dig.
Page 481 - ... potius, quam in emptiones praediorum colloces. cuius generis mandatum magis consilium est quam mandatum, et ob id non est obligatorium, quia nemo ex consilio mandat!
Page 301 - Falcidia hereditatem restituat his, qui in priore testamento scripti fuerant, propter inserta verba secundo testamento, quibus ut valeret prius testamentum expressum est, dubitari non oportet.
Page 435 - Et stipulandi et promittendi duo pluresve rei fieri possunt. stipulandi ita, si post omnium interrogationem promissor respondeat ' spondeo.' ut puta cum duobus separatim stipulantibus ita promissor respondeat ' utrique vestrum dare spondeo ' : nam si prius Titio spoponderit, deinde alio interrogante spondeat, alia atque alia erit obligatio nee creduntur duo rei stipulandi esse, duo pluresve rei promittendi ita fiunt : ' Maevi, quinqué áureos dare spondes ? Sei, eosdem quinqué áureos dare spondes...
Page 181 - Whatever of this kind you take is regarded as your property, so long as it remains in your power, but when it has escaped and recovered its natural liberty, it ceases to be yours, and again becomes the property of him who captures it. It is considered to have recovered its natural liberty, if it has either escaped out of your sight, or if, although not out of sight, it yet could not be pursued without great difficulty. 13. It has been asked, whether, if you have wounded a wild beast, so that it could...
Page 82 - When therefore, by the assistance of the same eminent person Tribonian and that of other illustrious and learned men, we had compiled the fifty books, called Digests or Pandects, in which is collected the whole ancient law, we directed that these Institutes should be divided into four books, which might serve as the first elements of the whole science of law.
Page 415 - Hoc 2 rescripto subventum est et libertatibus et defunctis, ne bona eorum a creditoribus possideantur et veneant. certe si fuerint ex hac causa bona addicta, cessat bonorum venditio : extitit enim defuncti defensor, et quidem idoneus, qui de solido creditoribus cavet.

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