Justinian S Institutes

Author: Justinian I (Emperor of the East)
Publisher: Cornell University Press
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Across a gap of thirteen hundred years, the anonymous author's scepticism is still
directed at the high-flown sentiments at the beginning of Justinian's Institutes.
Moreover, the two hundred and fifty pages of The Pocket Lawyer follow without
acknowledgment the whole pattern of Justinian's scheme. Generalities under '
What is law?' precede pages 16 to 32 on persons, 53 to 97 on things, 197 to 245
on actions. The structure is not sign-posted in any way, and there is no division
into four ...

The Institutes Of Justinian

Author: John Baron Moyle
Publisher: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd.
ISBN: 1584771852
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Moyle, J.B. The Institutes of Justinian. Translated into English with an Index. Fifth Edition. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1913. viii, 220 pp. Reprinted 2002 by The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. LCCN 2001041401. ISBN 1-58477-185-2.

Analysis Of M Ortolan S Institutes Of Justinian

Author: Thomas Lambert Mears
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and is not mentioned in Justinian's Institutes. (2) By some express but not
sacramental declaration, written or verba], though, to be binding, this must be
after the rights have commenced, either by the death of the testator or the
accomplishment of the condition, and after the heir knew of his rights arising
either by the will of the testator or ab intestato. If the paterfamilias had been
murdered, the will could not be opened, nor aditio made, until the slaves had
undergone examination.