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New perspectives in the Roman law of property : essays for Barry Nicholas

New perspectives in the Roman law of property : essays for Barry Nicholas

Material type
단행본
Personal Author
Nicholas, Barry. Birks, Peter, 1941-2004.
Title Statement
New perspectives in the Roman law of property : essays for Barry Nicholas / edited by Peter Birks.
Publication, Distribution, etc
Oxford :   Clarendon Press ;   New York :   Oxford University Press,   1989.  
Physical Medium
x, 233 p. ; 25 cm.
ISBN
0198256140
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Property (Roman law)
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Contents information

Table of Contents

G. H. Treitel: Barry Nicholas; Hans Ankum & Eric Pool: Rem in Bonis Meis Esse and Rem in Bonis Meam Esse: Traces of the development of Roman Double Ownership ; J. L. Barton : Animus and Possessio Nomine Alieno; Peter Birks: An unacceptable face of human property; John W. Cairns: Craig, Cujas, and the definition of Feudum: Is a Feu a Usufruct?; Jeroen M. J. Chorus: Illegal alienations in classical Roman law; Michael Crawford: Aut Sacrom Aut Poublicom; Robin Evans-Jones & Geoffrey D. MacCormack: Iusta Causa Traditionis; Robert Feenstra: Dominium and Ius In Re Aliena: The origins of a civil law distinction; W. M. Gordon: The importance of the Iusta Cause of Traditio; Tony Honore: Conveyances of land and professional standards in the later Empire; David Johnston: Successive rights and successful remedies: Life interests in Roman law; Grant McLeod: Wild and tame animals and birds in Roman law; Alan Rodger: The position of Aquae Ductus in the Praetor's Edict; Peter G. Stein: `Equitable' remedies for the protection of property; Jan Willem Tellegen & Olga Tellegen-Couperus: Joint Usufruct in Cicero's Pro Caecina; Raymond Westbrook: Restrictions on alienation of property in early Roman law; Laurens Winkel: Usucapio Pro Suo and the classification of the Causea Usucapionis by the Roman Jurists


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