The Resource The digest of Justinian, translation edited by Alan Watson

The digest of Justinian, translation edited by Alan Watson

Label
The digest of Justinian
Title
The digest of Justinian
Statement of responsibility
translation edited by Alan Watson
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
  • eng
  • lat
  • eng
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
  • 340.5/4
  • 340.5/4
Index
no index present
LC call number
  • KJA1118
  • KJA1112.2
LC item number
  • .E13 1998
  • 1998
Literary form
non fiction
Label
The digest of Justinian, translation edited by Alan Watson
Publication
Note
  • OldControl:muse9780812205541
  • Originally published 1985 by the University of Pennsylvania Press
  • Originally published 1985 by the University of Pennsylvania Press
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Carrier category
  • online resource
  • online resource
  • online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
  • cr
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
  • rdacarrier
  • rdacarrier
  • rdacarrier
Content category
  • text
  • text
  • text
Content type code
  • txt
  • txt
  • txt
Content type MARC source
  • rdacontent
  • rdacontent
  • rdacontent
Contents
  • Cover; Title Page ; Copyright Page ; Table of Contents; Book Fourty-One ; 1. Acquisition of Ownership of Things ; 2. Acquisition and Loss of Possession ; 3. Usucapions and Usurpations ; 4. Usucapion as Purchaser ; 5. Usucapion as Heir or as Possessor ; 6. Usucapion on the Ground of Gift ; 7. Usucapion on the Ground of Abandonment ; 8. Usucapion on the Ground of Legacy ; 9. Usucapion on the Ground of Dowry ; 10. Usucapion for Oneself ; Book Forty-Two ; 1. Judgment and the Effect of Judicial Decisions and Interlocutory Proceedings ; 2. Those Who Admit Their Liability
  • 18. Superficies 19. Private Right of Way in Person and with Cattle ; 20. Daily and Summer Water ; 21. Watercourses ; 22. Springs ; 23. Drains ; 24. Against Force or Stealth ; 25. Withdrawal of Notice ; 26. Precarium ; 27. Felling Trees ; 28 Gathering Acorns ; 29. Production of a Freeman ; 30. Production of Children and Their Abduction ; 31. Possession ; 32. Moving ; 33 The Salvian Interdict ; Bok Forty-Four ; 1. Defenses, Pruescriptiones, Prejudgments ; 2. The Defense of Res Judicata ; 3. The Various Periods of Pruescriptiows and the Accession of Possession
  • 3. Surrender to Bankruptcy 4. The Grounds on Which Missio in Possessionem Is Granted ; 5. Things To Be Seized and Sold by a Judge's Authority ; 6. Separations ; 7. The Appointment of a Curator for an Estate ; 8. Restoration of What Is Done in Fraud of Creditors ; Book Forty-Three ; 1. Interdicts or Actions Extra Ordinem in Place of Interdicts ; 2. Interdicts for Bonorum Possessio ; 3. Interdicts for Recovery of Legacies ; 4. To Forbid the Use of Force against Someone Sent To Take Possession ; 5. The Production of Documents ; 6. To Prevent Anything from Being Done in a Sacred Place
  • 4. The Defense of Fraud and That of Duress 5. In Which Cases an Action Is Not Given ; 6. Property Subject to Litigation ; 7. Obligations and Actions ; Book Forty-Five ; 1. Verbal Contracts ; 2. A Plurality of Parties ; 3. The Stipulation of Slaves ; Book Forty-Six ; 1. Sureties and Mandators ; 2. Novations and Delegations ; 3. Performances and Releases ; 4. Formal Releases ; 5. Praetorian Stipulations ; 6 That the Property of Pupillus or a Youth Be Intact ; 7. That a Judgment Be Performed ; 8 Confirmation and Ratification ; Book Forty-Seven ; 1. Private Delicts ; 2. Thefts
  • 7. Public Places and Ways 8. To Prevent Anything from Being Done in Public Places or Ways ; 9. Enjoyment of a Public Place ; 10. A Public Street and If Anything Is Said To Have Been Done in It ; 11. Repairing a Public Road and Way ; 12. Rivers: To Prevent Anything from Being Done in a Public River, or on Its Bank, To Hamper Navigation ; 13. That Nothing Should Be Done in a Public River Which Might Cause the Water To Flow Otherwise Than It Did Last Summer ; 14. To Allow Navigation in a Public River ; 15 Building-Up a Bank ; 16. Force and Armed Force ; 17. The Possession of Land
  • 1. Gifts between Husband and Wife2. Divorces and Repudiations; 3. The Recovery of the Dowry on Dissolution of the Marriage; Book Twenty-Five; 1. Expenses Incurred in Connection with Dotal Property; 2. The Action for Property Unlawfully Removed; 3. The Recognition and Maintenance of Children, Parents, Patrons, and Freedmen ; 4. The Examination of Pregnant Women and the Observation of Delivery; 5. Where a Woman Is Placed in Possession on behalf of Her Unborn Child, and This Possession Is Said To Have Been Fraudulently Transferred to Another Person
  • 10. The Legacy of FurnitureBook Thirty-Four; 1. Aliment or Legacies of Provisions; 2. Legacies of Gold, Silver, Toilet Equipment, Jewelry, Perfumes, Clothing or Garments, and Statues ; 3. Release by Will; 4. The Ademption of Legacies and Fideicommissa; 5. Dubious Cases; 6. Legacies Made by Way of Penalty; 7. The Catonian Rule; 8. Provisions Deemed Not To Have Been Written; 9. Legacies Taken Away on Grounds of Unfitness; Book Thirty-Five; 1. Conditions, Particularizations, Explanations for and Modalities of Provisions in Wills ; 2. The Lex Falcidia
  • 3. Allegation That a Legacy Exceeds the Limits of the Lex Falcidia Book Thirty-Six; 1. The Senatus Consultum Trebellianum; 2. When a Legacy or a Fideicommissum Vests; 3 That a Cautio Be Given for the Security of Legacies or Fideicommissa ; 4. That It Be Lawful To Be in Possession for the Security of Legacies and Fideicommissa ; Book Thirty-Seven; 1. Bonorum Possessiones; 2. If a Will Exists; 3. Bonorum Possessio in the Case of an Insane Person, an Infant, or One Who Is Dumb, Deaf, or Blind ; 4. Bonorum Possessio Contrary to the Terms of a Will
  • 3. Freedmen Belonging to Communities4. The Assignment of Freedmen; 5. If a Fraud Has Been Committed on a Patron; 6. If There Shall Be No Will, Unde Liberi; 7. Unde Legitimi; 8. Whence Cognate Relatives; 9. The Edict Regulating Succession; 10. The Degrees of Relatives and Their Names; 11. Whence Husband and Wife; 12. Succession to Veterans and Soldiers; 13. Those in Whose Favor Bonorum Possessio Does Not Issue ; 14. That Bonorum Possessio May Be Granted In Accordance with Statutes or Senatus Consulta; 15. The Order To Be Preserved in [Grants of Bonorum} Possessio
  • 5. Payment of Legacies Where Application for Bonorum Possessio Contrary to Will Has Been Made 6. Hotchpot; 7. Collation of a Dowry; 8. The Joining of His Children with an Emancipated Son; 9. Placing an Unborn Child in Possession and His Curator; 10. The Carbonian Edict ; 11. Bonorum Possessio according to Will; 12. If Someone Is Manumitted by a Parent; 13. Bonorum Possessio Arising Out of a Soldier's Will; 14. The Rights of a Patron; 15. The Obedience To Be Offered to Parents and Patrons; Book Thirty-Eight; 1. The Services of Freedmen; 2. Freedmen's Property
  • 6. Ending a Pzgnus or HypothecaBook Twenty-One; 1. The Edict of the Aedile, Rescission, and the Action for Diminution; 2. Evictions and the Stipulation for Double the Price; 3. The Defense That the Thing Has Been Sold and Delivered; Book Twenty-Two; 1. Interest, Fruits, Incidentals, Accessions, and Delays; 2. Transmarine Loans; 3. Proof and Presumptions; 4. Documentary Evidence and Loss of Documents; 5. Witnesses; 6. Mistake of Law and Fact; BookTwenty-Three; 1. Betrothals; 2. Formation of Marriage; 3. The Law of Dowry; 4. Dotal Pacts; 5. Dotal Land; Book Twenty-Four
  • 6. Risk and Benefit of the Thing Sold7. Slaves To Be Exported: The Sale of Slaves with a Provision That They Be (or Not Be) Manumitted ; Book Nineteen; 1. The Actions for Sale and Purchase; 2. Lease and Hire; 3. The Action for Brokerage ; 4. Barter; 5. The Actio Praescriptis Verbis and the Actio in Factum; Book Twenty; 1. Formation and Terms of Pignus and Hypotheca; 2. Implied Pignus or Hypotheca; 3. Property Which Cannot Be Subject to Pignus or Hypotheca ; 4. Priority in Pipus or Hypotheca and Displacing an Earlier Creditor; 5. Sale of Property Subject to Pignus or Hypotheca
  • 6. Where A Woman Is Said To Have Obtained Possession on behalf of Her Unborn Child by a False Statement 7 Concubines; Book Twenty-Six; 1. Tutelages ; 2. Testamentary Tutelage ; 3. The Confirmation in Office of a Tutor or Curator ; 4. Statutory Tutors ; 5. Tutors and Curators Appointed by Those Who Have the Power of Appointment, Who May Be Appointed, Special Cases ; 6. Those Who Request Tutors and When They Are To Be Requested ; 7. Management by Tutors and Curators and Their Liability, The Question Whether They Act or Not, Suits by or against One or All
Control code
ocn794702147
Edition
Rev. English language ed
Extent
1 online resource (2 volumes)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780812205541
Media category
  • computer
  • computer
  • computer
Media MARC source
  • rdamedia
  • rdamedia
  • rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
  • c
  • c
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Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • (OCoLC)794702147
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