A landmark in the study of Roman law Reprint of the only edition. The final edition of Ortolan's Explication Historique des Instituts de Justinien (1873) is a vast three-volume work containing a history of Roman law, a treatise on Roman jurisprudence and a complete commentary on the Institutes, the textbook of Justinian's law from the Corpus Juris Civilis. It was the standard textbook in its day and often the basis for examinations. Conceived for students with limited time and fluency in French, Mears's Analysis is a skillful condensation of Ortolan's work. Still a remarkably comprehensive study, it provides an excellent contextual overview of Roman law. CONTENTS PART I. History of Roman Legislation First Epoch -The Kings Second Epoch -The Republic Third Epoch -The Emperors Roman Law after Justinian PART II. Generalisation of Roman Law Introduction Persons Things Facts, Events, or Acts Rights PART III. Commentary on Justinian's Institutes Argument and Preface Book I Book II Book III Book IV T[homas]. Lambert Mears [1839-1918] was a barrister of the Inner Temple and taught at the University of London.(3) Non-usage, i.e., non utendo per modum (according to the condition, as, e.g., had the right to gather all the grapes, and had ... Gaius (Inst, ii, As 30), where it applies to the in jure cessio process, which could take place only with the owner, as otherwise it had no effect, though Pomponius (Dig. ... When the lotus ususfructus is extinguished, the dominus of the nuda proprietas acquires again plenam in reanbsp;...
|Title||:||Analysis of M. Ortolan's Institutes of Justinian, Including the History and Generalization of Roman Law|
|Author||:||Thomas Lambert Mears|
|Publisher||:||The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. - 1876|