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by William Strahan,Jean Domat

Free eBook Civil Law in Its Natural Order (2 volumes) download ISBN: 0837705118
Author: William Strahan,Jean Domat
Publisher: Fred B Rothman & Co (December 1, 1981)
Language: English
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Subcategory: Administrative Law
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English: Written in French by Monsieur Domat, The Late French King's Advocate in the Presidial Court of Clermont in France: And Translated into English by William Strahan, LL. D. Advocate in Doctors Commons. With Additional Remarks on some Material Differences between the Civil Law and the Law of England. Google Books PDF Converter (rel 3 12/12/14).

English: By Jean Domat. Translated from the French, by William Strahan, L. Advocate in Doctors' Commons. File change date and time. II (Containing Part II. Of Successions).

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Jean Domat (30 November 1625 – 14 March 1696). Printed by J. Bettenham, for E. Bell, J. Darby, A. Bettesworth, G. Strahan, F. Fayram, J. Pemberton, J. Hooke, C. Rivington, F. Clay, J. Batley, and E. Symon. English: Written in French by Monsieur Domat, The Late French King's Advocate in the Presidial Court of Clermont in France: And Translated into English by William Strahan, LL.

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English: Written in French by Monsieur Domat, The Late French King's Advocate in the Presidial Court of Clermont in France: And Translated into English .

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This historic book may have numerous typos, missing text or index. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. 1850. Not illustrated. Excerpt: ... explanation of the manner in which the texts of the roman law are referred to in the foregoing treatise. The several parts of the Corpus Juris Civilis, which are principally referred to in The Civil Law in its Natural Order, are the Institutes, Digest or Pandects, Code, and Novels. The Institutes are divided into four looks, each of which is divided into titles, which are severally subdivided into sections or paragraphs. The Digest is divided into fifty books, each book into titles, each title into laws (sometimes also called fragments), and many of the laws into sections or paragraphs. Books 30, 31, and 32, which treat of legacies and trusts, are not divided into several titles, but contain each of them a single title only, with the same rubric, namely, de legatis el fideicommissis. The Code is divided into twelve looks, each book into titles, each title into laws, and the laws frequently into paragraphs or sections, in the same manner with the Digest The Novels, or New Constitutions, are numbered, and divided into chapters. The several books, titles, laws, and paragraphs are numbered consecutively. The titles only have a rubric. The general plan of reference to the Institutes, Digest, and Code is by the rubric of the title, or, where the rubric is long, by the first two or three words of it, with the number of the law, and also of the paragraph where the law cited is thus divided. The words of the title are usually abbreviated. Vol. Ii. 58 The Digest is denoted by the letter D.;...