The Roman Law Of Obligations

Author: Peter Birks
Publisher: OUP Oxford
ISBN: 0191030015
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The Roman Law of Obligations presents a series of lectures delivered by the late Peter Birks as an introductory course in Roman law.

Ascetica Gnostica Liturgica Orientalia

Author: M. F. Wiles
Publisher: Peeters Publishers
ISBN: 9789042909229
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Moreover, Africa Proconsularis, like other Western provinces, had a higher
degree of Romanization than the East, including the imposition of Latin as the
official language in the cities, the installment of Roman-style educational and
religious institutions, and the introduction of Roman courts, procedures, and
remedies14. 7 Barry Nicholas, An Introduction to Roman Law (3d ed.; Clarendon
Law Series; Oxford, 1962), p. 159; G. Di6sdo, Contract in Roman Law: From the
Twelve Tables to ...


Author: Richard Hyland
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0199711097
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A Study in Comparative Law Richard Hyland. Michel, Jacques Henri. 1962.
Gratuité en droit romain. Études d'histoire et d'ethnologie juridiques. Bruxelles:
Université Libre de Bruxelles, Institut de Sociologie. Mommsen, Theodor, Paul
Krueger, and Alan Watson. 1985. The Digest of Justinian [Latin text with English
translation]. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press. Nicholas, Barry.
1962. An Introduction to Roman law. Clarendon law series. Oxford: Clarendon

An Examination Of The Isis Cult With Preliminary Exploration Into New Testament Studies

Author: Elizabeth A. McCabe
Publisher: University Press of America
ISBN: 9780761834021
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... daughter if she is adulterous while under his power does not advocate any
idea of leniency. Furthermore, given the nature of the time period, it is uncertain if
the term "son" is limited to the masculine gender only. For example, Thomas
writes of the paterfamilias being able to execute daughters as well as sons (
Roman Law, 415) and B. Nicholas writes that the paterfamilias holds the "power
of life or death" over his children in An Introduction to Roman Law (Clarendon
Law Series; ed.

An Introduction To The Law Of Trusts

Author: Simon Gardner
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 019954574X
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THIRD EDITION SIMON. Discrimination Law (2nd edition) SANDRA FREDMAN
Natural Law and Natural Rights (2nd edition) JOHN FINNIS Introduction to
Company Law (2nd edition) PAUL DAVIES Employment Law (2nd edition)
HUGH COLLINS The Conflict of Laws (2nd edition) ADRIAN BRIGGS
International Law VAUGHAN LOWE Civil Liberties CONOR GEARTY Intellectual

Copyright Law

Author: Paul Torremans
Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing
ISBN: 1848440219
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It is possible that the link between the French and German systems is the Roman
law concept of dominium in the ownership of physical objects, essentially an
absolute right over property.113 English law has no equivalent, being a relative
title system.114 Although modern civil law systems such as those of France and
Germany have abandoned the Roman law concept of dominium it is arguable
that it still exists in relation to works of the mind: 'The absoluteness of the Roman

From Mesopotamia To The Mishnah

Author: Jonathan S. Milgram
Publisher: Mohr Siebeck
ISBN: 9783161540219
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Love and Joy: Law, Language, and Religion in Ancient Israel. New York: Jewish
Theological Seminary of America, 1992. –. Studies in the Aramaic Legal Papyri
from Elephantine. Leiden: E.J. Brill, 1969. Neusner, Jacob. Judaism: The
Evidence of the Mishnah. 2nd ed. Atlanta: Scholars, 1988. –, ed. The Modern
Study of the Mishnah. Leiden: Brill, 1973. Nicholas, Barry. An Introduction to
Roman Law. Clarendon Law Series. Oxford: Clarendon; New York: Oxford
University Press, 1996.

A Casebook On Roman Property Law

Author: Herbert Hausmaninger
Publisher: OUP USA
ISBN: 0199791112
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for a second sense in which the term “Roman law” is commonly used: i.e., to refer
to the direct and/or indirect legacy of Roman legal thought in modern legal
systems and their historical precursors. ... the influence of the new (Roman)
learning is readily detectable even in the earliest 1 Nicholas, B. An Introduction to
Roman Law, 3rd ed. Clarendon Law series. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1962, 2.
treatises of the English common law.2 By the Tudor period xviii Translator's

New Perspectives In The Roman Law Of Property

Author: Peter Birks
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The forces for specialization are these days so strong that it is difficult to believe
and awesome to know that from the same pen have also come penetrating and
widely read analyses of very modern problems of French public law, notably 'Loi,
reglement and Judicial Review in the Fifth Republic'11 and the two pieces on '
Fundamental Rights and Judicial Review in France'.12 2 An Introduction to
Roman Law (Clarendon Law Series; Oxford, 1962; 3rd edn., 1987). 3 The French
Law of ...