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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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Selections from the public and private law of the Romans

Roman law - 1905 - 304 pages
...utuntur. Populus itaque Romanus partim suo proprio, partim communi omnium hominum 5 iure utitur. Omne ius, quo utimur, vel ad personas pertinet, vel ad res, vel ad actiones. Et prius videamus de personis. PERSONS (De lure Personarum) Hermog. D. Cum hominum causa omne ius constitutum...
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Präparationen zu den Institutiones Justiniani: zur einführung in die ...

Hans Schindler - Edition Corpus - 1905
...saepe mutari soient vel tácito consensu populi vel alia postea lege lata. § 12. Опте autem ˇus, quo utimur, vel ad personas pertinet vel ad res vel ad actiones. Ac prins de personis videamus. Nam parum est jus nosse , si personae , quarum causa statutum est ignoscentur....
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A magánjog rendszere és a nyugateurópai jogfejlődés: köt. Az általános rész

József Vecseklőy - Civil law - 1906
...jogra (jus personarum), a vagyonjogra (jus rerum) és a perjogra (jus actionum). L. 12. Inst. (I. 2.) Omne autem jus, quo utimur, vel ad personas pertinet vel ad res vel ad actiones. A „jus personarum" magában foglalta a családjogot, az örökösödési jogot és a tulajdonképeni...
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Persona und prósōpon im Recht und im christlichen Dogma

Siegmund Schlossmann - Greek language - 1906 - 128 pages
...Terminologie doch ganz besonders hätte befleißigen müssen. Hier finden wir folgendes: I. 8. Omne ius quo utimur vel ad personas pertinet vel ad res vel ad actiones. et primum videamus de personis. 9. et quidem summa divisio de iure personarum haec est, quod omnes homines...
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Das bürgerliche Recht Deutschlands: mit einschluss des Handels-, Wechsel ...

Arthur Engelmann - Civil law - 1906 - 864 pages
...be= ft i mm en. 3ˇn ben ^nftttutionen Don ©ajuâ unb oon ^uftinian finbet fidj bie Einteilung: Omne jus, quo utimur, vel ad personas pertinet vel ad res vel ad actionea (Gaj. 1, 8; § 12 I. de jure nat. 1, 12). Sm eri*en 2eile ift bon ben Sßerfonen geíjanbelt,...
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Le Istituzioni dell'imperatore Giustiniano: libri quattro

1908 - 161 pages
...lata. Fr. 32, § 1, Dig. I, 3; Ulf'ian. Fragm, princif). 3. !to. I. § \2. (TIT. III) Omne autem ius, quo utimur, vel ad personas pertinet, vel ad res, vel ad actiones. Et prius de personis videamus. Caius Comn1. I, § 8, et fr. 1, Dig. /, 5. Xam parun1 est ius nosse, si personae, quarum causa sta—...
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Handboek voor het romeinsche recht, Volume 1

W. Modderman, Paul August Tichelaar, Hendrick Lodewijk Drucker - Roman law - 1908
...in de Instituten van Justinianus (§ 12 Inst, de jure nat. I, 2), bestaat uit drie hoofddeelen: Omne jus, quo utimur, vel ad personas pertinet vel ad res vel ad actiones. Het eerste gedeelte, het personenrecht, beschouwt den mensch als subject van rechten; het bepaalt zijne...
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American Law and Procedure, Volume 13

James De Witt Andrews - Law - 1910
...the title-head, "the division of the law," not the division of rights, his expression in Latin being, "Omne autem jus quo utimur vel ad personas pertinet, vel ad res, vel ad actiones," translated by Sandars, "all our law (not all our rights) relates either to persons, to things, or to...
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The Monist, Volume 20

Edward C. Hegeler - Philosophy - 1910
...beings without distinction. We read for instance in the Institutes of Gaius, i, §8: Omne autem ius quo utimur vel ad personas pertinet vel ad res vel ad actiones. [However, every right of which we treat pertains to persons or to things or to lawsuits.] And further,...
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The Canadian Law Times, Volume 31

Edward Douglas Armour, Edward B. Brown, Charles Elliott, Edward Gillis, Augustus Henry Frazer Lefroy, Alfred Taylour Hunter, Bram Thompson - Law - 1911
...civil law regulates persons as well, and the acts of those persons in the domain of civil relations " Omne autem jus quo utimur, vel ad personas pertinet, vel ad res, vel ad actiones," Gaius cogently said, and that is the maxim which is the foundation of our theory of personal, real...
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