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Titre : The Fragments of the Perpetual Edict of ...
Éditeur : Cambridge University Press
Date d'édition : 1877
Reliure : Hardcover
Etat du livre : Very Good
Etat de la jaquette : No Jacket
Edition : First Edition.
First edition, 1877. Slim 8vo, (3) + 138pp. + publisher's advertisement. Hardcover, bound in original dark brown cloth with gilt-stamped title to spine. In very good condition. Binding and hinges are intact and firm; text is crisp, clean, and unmarked. Engraved bookplate to front pastedown and slight tanning to endpapers. Faint evidence of call number to lower spine. Slight rubbing to extremities. A very nice copy, now protected in a custom-made clear Acetate dustwrapper. N° de réf. du libraire 20100226235667
Synopsis : . 1877 : ... PARS SECUNDA. DE JUDICIIS1. (i. A.y I. DE INOFFICIOSO TESTAMENTO. Si quis testamentum inofficiosum dicere velit, eo quod injuste 1 The second part of the Edict deals with the proceedings "in judicio," or the hearing of the evidence before the judex appointed in the formula; who on the conclusion of this hearing pronounced sentence according to the instructions given to him in the con demnatio. The evidence to be received would, of course, depend upon the nature of the action; and therefore in this portion of the Edict actions are classified and arranged, a short exposition of the facts necessary to found each being first set forth (which is the edict proper on the topic), and the appropriate formula subjoined. These formulae are in most cases lost, because Tribonian, in whose time another style of procedure was employed, had no reason for retaining them; but although the change of process from "ordinary" to "extraordinary" (see Abdy and Walker's Justinian, App. Q) caused the formulae themselves to be obsolete, yet the rules of law on which they had been founded still subsisted, and therefore are in some cases quoted verbatim in the Digest, and at other times are so clearly implied as to make a restoration of their text possible. To gather together what is thus preserved of the edicts, and to indicate the nature of the missing fragments, is our present task. The formulae we shall only attempt to reproduce in a few instances where Gaius or Cicero furnish us with materials. 2 See Introduction, p. 24. 5 The 5th book of the Digest opens with a title on judicia in se exheredatum aut praeteritum esse queratur, ncque ei quarta pars debitae portionis ab intestato relicta fuerit, de inofficioso testamento intra quinquennium judicium dabo. D. 5. 2. 3: 5. 2. 5. 1: 5. 2. 8. 8 and 9 and 17: 5. 2. 9. U. 14. II. DE HEREDITATIS PETITIONE1. D. 5. 3. (G. 6. J. 6. P. 16, 20. U. 14, 15.) III. SI PARS HEREDITATIS PETATUR. D. 5. 4. (G. 6. U. 15.) IV. DE POSSESSORIA HERED...
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