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  • Damages (Roman law),
  • Husband and wife (Roman law),
  • Gifts (Roman law)

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Originally published: Cambridge : Harvard University Press, 1929.

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Other titlesAd legem Aquiliam, De donationibus inter virum et uxorem, On gifts between husband and wife, Digesta. Book 24, title 1. English & Latin.
StatementJames Bradley Thayer.
ContributionsThayer, James Bradley, 1831-1902.
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LC ClassificationsKJA2616 .L49 2007
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Paginationp. cm.
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Open LibraryOL16259192M
ISBN 101584778261
ISBN 109781584778264
LC Control Number2007003623

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This chapter discusses lex Aquilia, the most important statutory enactment on Roman private law subsequent to the XII Tables. It was passed by an assembly of the plebs after it Lex aquilia book been proposed by a tribune by the name of Aquilius.

It repealed and superseded all earlier laws dealing with unlawful damage. Digest Book on the Lex Aquilia. Ulpianus, On the Edict, Book XVIII. The Lex Aquilia annulled all laws previously enacted with reference to the reparation of unlawful damage, whether these were the Twelve Tables or any others; which laws it is not necessary to Lex aquilia book at present.

The Lex Aquilia is a plebiscite; whose enactment Aquilius, a tribune of the people, proposed to the populace. The lex Aquilia is a plebiscite traditionally dated to (or ) BCE.² It consists of three capita. The first deals with the unlawful killing of a slave³ or a pecus ⁴ belonging to someone else.

The provisions of the Lex Aquilia. The lex Aquilia (strictly, a plebiscite) was possibly enacted in BC, or at some other point in the 3rd century BC. It was concerned with damage done from damnum iniuria datum, "damage unlawfully inflicted", a kind of a delict (or tort), albeit with differences from tort as known in modern common law systems and the Scots Law of Delict.

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This chapter continues the analysis of the lex Aquilia from the previous chapter. The first section examines the statutory definition of the delict as iniuria. The second section deals Lex aquilia book the protection of a freeman's bodily integrity. The third section discusses the usus modernus legis aquiliae.

The last section explores various contributions towards the modern, generalised law of delict. This book deals with two titles of Justinian’s Digest or Pandects, containing a translation and commentary on the first, Ad Legem Aquiliam, which treats of damage to property, and a mere commentary on the second, touching the prohibition of gifts between husband and wife.

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In addition, the Lex Aquilia (hereafter the Lex or Lex Aquilia) suggests that the development of the law was not defined by a mere historical shift, but rather progressed through the reasoned construction of the jurists.

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Contents 1 The provisions of the Lex Aquilia 2 Extension of the Lex Aquilia to other cases 3 See also Wikipedia. Das Schadenersatzrecht der lex Aquilia by Herbert Hausmaninger, unknown edition, Share this book. Facebook. Twitter. Pinterest. Embed.

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Ulpianus, On the Edict, Book XVIII. The Lex Aquilia annulled all laws previously enacted with reference to the reparation of unlawful damage, whether these were the Twelve Tables or any others; which laws it is not necessary to specify at present.

(1) The Lex Aquilia is a plebiscite; whose enactment Aquilius, a tribune of the people, proposed to the populace. Lex Aquilia (Digest IX,2, Ad Legum Aquiliam): Text, Translation and Commentary. On Gifts Between Husband and Wife (Digest XXIV, 1, De Donationibus Inter Virum et Uxorem) Text and Commentary.

by James Bradley Thayer. Click here for the lowest price. Hardcover, Intro to Law Lex Aquila The Lex Aquila is a section in book nine, which is located in the Corpus Juris Civilis. The Lex Aquila served as the statute for Roman law involving liability for wrongful loss and damages to a person's property.

Its primary purpose was to provide compensation to the owners of property injured by someone else's fault.

The Lex Aquila replaced the Twelve Tables. The Lex Aquilia was a partial repeal of every statute which before it dealt with illegal damage, whether it were the Twelve Tables or any other enactment; which statutes need not now be rehearsed, 1.

The Lex Aquilia is a plebiscite, Aquilius, a tribune of the plebs, having moved it before the plebs. Ante se. i.e. before the statute itself. relationship between culpa and iniuria in the framework of the Lex Aquilia.

This debate has been generated by several extracts contained in Justinian’s Digest, Book 9, chapter 2 (hereinafter ‘D’), which seem to indicate that over the centuries the meaning of iniuria had changed.

Few authors, however, have focused on the relationship. : Digest IX. 2; Lex Aquilia: Monro, Charles Henry: General BooksAuthor: Charles Henry Monro. Books; Lex Aquilia (Digest IX,2, Ad Legum Aquiliam) Text, Translation and Commentary ; On Gifts between Husband and Wife (Digest XXIV, 1, De Donationibus Inter Virum Et Uxorem) Text and Commentary.

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Wrongful damage to property in Roman law:. The lex Aquilia (strictly, a plebiscite) was possibly enacted in BC, or at some other point in the 3rd century BC. It was concerned with damage done from damnum iniuria datum, "damage unlawfully inflicted", a kind of a delict (or tort), albeit with differences from tort as known in modern common law systems and the Scots Law of most pertinent provisions were in the first and.

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Cairns, JWThe early historiography of the Lex Aquilia in Britain: Introducing students to the digest. in P du Plessis (ed.), Wrongful Damage to Property in Roman Law: British Perspectives. Edinburgh University Press, Edinburgh, pp. Books > Textbooks, Education & Reference > Adult Learning & University; Share - Lex Aquilia by James B Thayer: New.

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4. Corpus Iuris Civilis. II. State Responsibility in Roman Law. III. Development in the Middle Ages. IV. Developments in the Modern Period. V. The Spanish Civil Code of VI. General Provision for Extracontractual Responsibility. VII. Vicarious Liability. VIII.Ulpian's work on the lex Aquilia is found in book 18 of his edictal commentary, while the equivalent section of Paul's work, including D, came in book It is a reasonable working hypothesis that the material in each will have occurred in broadly the same order.This is a partial list of Roman laws.A Roman law (Latin: lex) is usually named for the sponsoring legislator and designated by the adjectival form of his gens name (nomen gentilicum), in the feminine form because the noun lex (plural leges) is of feminine grammatical a law is the initiative of the two consuls, it is given the name of both, with the nomen of the senior consul first.

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