The Institutes Of Justinian

Author: John Baron Moyle
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Moyle, J.B. The Institutes of Justinian. Translated into English with an Index. Fifth Edition. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1913. viii, 220 pp. Reprinted 2002 by The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. LCCN 2001041401. ISBN 1-58477-185-2.


Author: Gaius
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This compilation offers an excellent introduction to Roman law and its evolution from the first to sixth centuries, CE.

Analysis Of M Ortolan S Institutes Of Justinian

Author: Thomas Lambert Mears
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and is not mentioned in Justinian's Institutes. (2) By some express but not
sacramental declaration, written or verba], though, to be binding, this must be
after the rights have commenced, either by the death of the testator or the
accomplishment of the condition, and after the heir knew of his rights arising
either by the will of the testator or ab intestato. If the paterfamilias had been
murdered, the will could not be opened, nor aditio made, until the slaves had
undergone examination.

The Institutes Of Justinian With The Novel As To Successions

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In the work several ancient treatises, now lost, were used ; but the chief guide
whom the compilers followed was that Gaius, whose Book, called also " Institutes,
" was, in 1816, found so strangely by Niebuhr, as a palimpsest in the Cathedral
book-stores at Verona. Justinian's Institutes — for by his name they go, — were
sanctioned jon the 21st November, A. D. 533 ; and received their final ratification
as law, on the 30th December, A. D. 533, the same day from which the Digest
was to ...