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New Perspectives in the Roman Law of Property: Essays for Barry Nicholas

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ISBN13: 9780198256144
ISBN: 0198256140
Published: May 1989
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £95.00



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This collection of essays, contributed by friends and colleagues of Barry Nicholas, is a Festschrift to mark the occasion of his 70th birthday, and it is also an important contribution to the study of a specific area of Roman Law.

Barry Nicholas is one of the leading comparatists and Roman lawyers of his day. For many years All Souls Reader in Roman Law, and then Professor of Comparative Law in the University of Oxford, he retires this year after more than 10 years as Principal of Brasenose College.

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Subjects:
Roman Law and Greek Law
Contents:
G. H. Treitel: Barry Nicholas
Hans Ankum & Eric Pool: Rem in Bonis Meis Esse and Rem in Bonis Meam Esse: Traces of the development of Roman Double Ownership
J. L. Barton : Animus and Possessio Nomine Alieno
Peter Birks: An unacceptable face of human property
John W. Cairns: Craig, Cujas, and the definition of Feudum: Is a Feu a Usufruct?
Jeroen M. J. Chorus: Illegal alienations in classical Roman law
Michael Crawford: Aut Sacrom Aut Poublicom
Robin Evans-Jones& Geoffrey D. MacCormack: Iusta Causa Traditionis
Robert Feenstra: Dominium and Ius In Re Aliena: The origins of a civil law distinction
W. M. Gordon: The importance of the Iusta Cause of Traditio
Tony Honore: Conveyances of land and professional standards in the later Empire
David Johnston:Successive rights and successful remedies: Life interests in Roman law
Grant McLeod: Wild and tame animals and birds in Roman law
Alan Rodger: The position of Aquae Ductus in the Praetor's Edict
Peter G. Stein: 'Equitable' remedies for the protection of property
Jan Willem Tellegen & Olga Tellegen-Couperus: Joint Usufruct in Cicero's Pro Caecina
Raymond Westbrook: Restrictions on alienation of property in early Roman law
Laurens Winkel: Usucapio Pro Suo and the classification ofthe Causea Usucapionis by the Roman Jurists