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"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 ...


The Slave In The Window, Paul J. Du Plessis Jan 2009

The Slave In The Window, Paul J. Du Plessis

Paul J. du Plessis

This chapter investigates the law relating to the retention of movable property pledged as security for the repayment of a debt in Roman law. It argues that the evolution from pledge with possession (pignus) to pledge without possession (hypothec) may be linked to the complexity of retaining living movable property as real security.