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" Omne autem ius quo utimur vel ad personas pertinet, vel ad res, vel ad actiones. "
The Institutes of Justinian - Page 11
by A ". member of the New York Bar" - 1852 - 710 pages
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Munus pascendi: autorità e autorevolezza : leadership e tutela dei diritti ...

Giulio Dellavite - Religion - 2007 - 388 pages
...Gaio, utilizzata da Giustiniano, su cui si era fondata la codificazione piobenedettina: «Omnia ius quo utimur vel ad personas pertinet, vel ad res, vel ad actiones». Questo criterio sistematico fu utile nel 1917 per superare altre divisioni proposte dai giuristi delle...
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Yearbook of Private International Law

Petar Sarcevic - Law - 1999 - 386 pages
...s'inspirer des developpements de la doctrine [en Europe] continentale. Peut-etre 29 Omne autem ius, quo utimur, vel ad personas pertinet vel ad res vel ad actiones (GAius, Inst. I, 8). [...], ne leur convient-il pas de se renier, un peu comme les protestants qui...
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Mémoires de l'Académie de Nîmes, Volume 14

Académie de Nîmes - Gard (France) - 1892
...rapports d'Etat à Etat. Le droit privé a pour objet : les personnes, les choses et les actions. Omne jus, quo utimur, vel ad personas pertinet, vel ad res, vel ad actiones. C'est la classification donnée par Gaius et reproduite par Justinien. Elle est éternelle. grandes...
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Einfuhrung in Das Burgerliche Recht

Gustav Boehmer - Law - 1965 - 393 pages
...Jahrhunderts n. Chr., in Buch I Titel II § 12 die berühmte Dreiteilung des Privatrechts gebracht haben: omne jus quo utimur vel ad personas pertinet vel ad res vel ad actiones — ein System, das als „Institutionenordnung " in der wissenschaftlichen Literatur und Gesetzgebung...
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Elementary Principles of the Roman Private Law

William Warwick Buckland - Roman law - 1912 - 419 pages
...have copied directly. 2. The arrangement of the Institutes is expressed in the famous text : Omne ius quo utimur vel ad personas pertinet vel ad res vel ad actiones. What is the origin of this classification ? It is stated in the above words in the Institutes of Gaius,...
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Derecho patrimonial romanol

2002 - 74 pages
...plan expositivo de Gayo es fundamental la contraposición persona - res (cfr. Gai. 1,8: Omneautem ius, quo utimur, vel ad personas pertinet, vel ad res vel ad actiones); para la dogmática actual, la contraposición sujeto -objeto de Derecho. Res en estesentido incluyetanto...
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the main institutuions of roman private law

...librorian iuris antejusttniani, 3. 234. CHAPTER III PERSONS 13. However we render the famous text "omne ius quo utimur vel ad personas pertinet, vel ad res, vel ad actiones ", it is clear that the first book of Gaius is occupied by an account of some important statuses, their...
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Ivrisprvdentiae anteivstinianae reliqvias: in vsvm maxime ..., Volume 1

Philipp Eduard Huschke, Emil Seckel, Bernhard Gustav Adolf Kübler - Roman law - 1908
...constitutionibus principum,magistratuum edictis, responsis prudentium ... 1, 2 — 7 опте ius, quo utimur, vel ad personas pertinet vel ad res vel ad actiones 1, 8 I. ITS QYOD AD PERSONAS РЕВТШЕТ. A. Omnes homines aut liberi sind aut servi. 1, 9 liberorum...
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a manual of roman private law

...Institutes of Justinian, the ius privatum is arranged under three heads stated in a famous text: "Omne ius quo utimur vel ad personas pertinet vel ad res vel ad actiones." This text is borrowed from Gaius1, who is the earliest known source for this classification. It is...
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