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Authorities in Early Modern Law Courts

Edited by: Guido Rossi

ISBN13: 9781474451000
Published: December 2020
Publisher: Edinburgh University Press
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £85.00
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The first comparative study of the relationship between law courts and substantive law in the early modern period.

  • A comparative study on the passage from late medieval to early modern civil law from a practical viewpoint
  • Assesses the influence of law courts on the development of substantive law Re-evaluates and challenges current orthodox views about early modern civil law

Bringing together some of the most distinguished scholars in the field including John Ford, David Ibbetson, Javier García Martín, Annamaria Monti, Peter Oestmann, Heikki Pihlajamäki and Alain Wijffels, this volume looks at the comparative development of legal practice in the early modern period across Europe. Focusing deliberately on the impact of law courts on substantive law – and not on its systematisation by learned jurists – it studies similarities and differences in the development of the law across different jurisdictions. In doing so it evaluates whether and to what extent it is possible to consider this development as a unitary and truly European phenomenon. This collection re‑evaluates current debates surrounding the development of civil law in the early modern period in the context of the grand narratives of European legal history and sets out to challenge current orthodox views about early modern civil law.

Subjects:
Legal History
Contents:
A Note on Names and Book Titles
List of Contributors
Preface, Guido Rossi
The Imperial Chamber Court and the Development of the Law in the Holy Roman Empire, Peter Oestmann
The Parliament of Paris and the Making of the Law at the beginning of the Eighteenth Century, Isabelle Storez-Brancourt
Law Reports of the Parliament of Flanders and their Authority in the Parliament’s Practice, Géraldine Cazals, Sabrina Michel, and Alain Wijffels
Legal fragmentation in the Dutch republic during the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries, Philip Thomas
Law Reports as Legal Authorities, in Early-Modern Belgian Legal Practice, Alain Wijffels
Legal Authorities in Castilian Courts’ Practice: Decisiones and Consilia to study the arbitrium iudicis, Javier García Martín
Legal Authorities in the Making of Portuguese Private Law: Emphytheusis and Majorat in Practical Literature, Gustavo César Machado Cabral
Under the legal authority of the Senate of Milan (16th-17th centuries), Annamaria Monti
Law Reporting, Authority and Precedent: The Common Law paradigm, David J Ibbetson
Paradigms of Authority in the College of Justice in Scotland, John D Ford
Legal Authorities in the Seventeenth-Century Swedish Empire, Heikki Pihlajamäki
Iura Scripta and Operae Iurisperiti in Municipal Courts of Kingdom of Poland in 16th-18th Centuries, Maciej Mikuła
Bibliography
Index of Names and Places