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|All Authors / Contributors:||
W W Buckland; Peter Stein
|Description:||xxx, 764 pages ; 25 cm|
|Contents:||Foreword to third edition; Preface to first edition; Preface to second edition; Some recent trends in Roman Law studies; Bibliographical note; List of books and periodicals cited by short title; 1. The sources of the Law in the Empire; 2. The Law of Persons. Liberty and citizenship; 3. The Law of Persons (cont.). The Law of the Family; 4. The Law of Persons (cont.). The Law of the Family (cont.). Persons sui iuris; 5. The Law of Things. Res. Property. Possession. lure gentium modes of acquisition of property; 6. The Law of Property (cont.). lure civili modes of acquisition. Servitudes. Agency; 7. Acquisition per universitatem. Succession by will; 8. The Law of Wills (cont.). Legacy, fideicommissum. Soldier's will. Settlements; 9. The Law of Succession. Intestacy. Bonorum possessio. Succession not on death; 10. The Law of Obligations. General notions. Verbal contracts. Contracts Literis; 11. Obligatio (cont.). Contracts re. Contracts consensu. Innominate contracts; 12. Obligatio (cont.). Pacta. Incidents of contractual obligation. Quasi-contract. Extinction of obligation. Delict; 13. The Law of Procedure. Legis actio. Formula. Cognitio; 14. The Law of Procedure (cont.). Incidental rules of procedure; 15. The Law of Procedure (cont.). Praetorian remedies; Index.|
|Other Titles:||Textbook of Roman law from Augustus to Justinian|
|Responsibility:||by the late W.W. Buckland, LL.D., F.B.A., sometime Regius Professor of Civil Law in the University of Cambridge.|