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Contribución Al Estudio De La Actio Quod Iussu, Patricio Lazo Jan 2010

Contribución Al Estudio De La Actio Quod Iussu, Patricio Lazo

Patricio Lazo

El artículo ofrece una reconstrucción de la actio quod iussu, y hace ver su importancia para el desarrollo de las actividades económicas, principalmente las comerciales, sobre la base de un examen crítico de las anteriores proposiciones de reconstrucción debidas a Otto Lenel y Adolf Rudorff. Indagación especial se dedica al iussum, principal fundamento para la concesión de la acción; y, a propósito de él, se investigan dos problemas, a saber: el del destinatario del iussum y el de la interpretación de su sentido y efectos en Tab. Pomp. 7, cuestión que conecta la actio quod iussu con los instrumentos de ...


"Iussum" Y "Nominatio" En Las Adquisiciones A Través De Dependientes, Patricio Lazo Dec 2009

"Iussum" Y "Nominatio" En Las Adquisiciones A Través De Dependientes, Patricio Lazo

Patricio Lazo

Roman jurisprudence analysed the consequences of acquisition carried out by a common slave based on the following; the fact that either the slave acted under the iussum of one of his co-owners or that one of the co-owners expressely appointed him for that purpose (nominatio). Sabinian opinion, that finally prevailed in classic jurisprudence, was built based on this problem. This work studies the construction process of this prevailing opinion based on the analysis of jurisprudencial fragments that aims to show the most relevant landmarks in shaping the analysis structure of the problem, The author thinks that Salvius Iulianus' intervention is ...


Emprendimiento En Roma Antigua: De La Política Al Derecho, Patricio R. Lazo Jan 2009

Emprendimiento En Roma Antigua: De La Política Al Derecho, Patricio R. Lazo

Patricio Lazo

The Roman entrepreneurship is analysed from the perspective of the relationships among economics, politics, and law. The author describes some basic aspects of these relationships in Roman history, such as the recognised connection between the Punic Wars and exchange activities, the situation of internal Roman politics, and the connection between the development of the trade and its impact on aspects of the legal language and the origination of protection mechanisms, as legal actions. On this last point, the author studies in depth the hypothesis of the origin of actiones adiecticiae qualitatis and, specifically, the actio quod iiussu in the context ...


Rec. A: Fernández De Buján, Antonio. Jurisdicción Y Arbitraje En Derecho Romano. Madrid: Iustel, 2006. 241 Págs., Patricio Lazo Jan 2009

Rec. A: Fernández De Buján, Antonio. Jurisdicción Y Arbitraje En Derecho Romano. Madrid: Iustel, 2006. 241 Págs., Patricio Lazo

Patricio Lazo

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