Fransche Civilisten

Fransche Civilisten BIJLAGE IV. FRANSCHE CIVILISTEN. JACOBUS DE RAVANIS. a. (ad legem : si se subiiciant - D. 5. 1. 1.). ' Ultimo tetigit hic Azo istam questionem et in multis aliis locis. Ego sum Parisiensis, tu es Aurelianensis, consentimus in episco- pum Carnotensem, venimus coram iudice. In regione actoris est una consuetudo, in regione rei est alia et in loco iudicis est tercia. Modo queritur secundum quam consuetudinem iudicabitur? Dicit reus debet inspici consuetudo fori mei argumento C. 3. 13. 2. Dicit actor, immo ex persona actoris ius metimur, D. 5. 4. 1. Dicit iudex, ego tenebo consuetudinem fori mei. Quid dicemus? Dicit Azo : consideranda est consuetudo iudicis, argumento D. 4. 8. 21. 10. Jacobus respondit: aut queris de consuetudine que respicit litis ordinacionem aut de consuetudine que respicit litis decisionem. Si primo §modo, ut quia consuetudo est in uno foro quod detur libellus et in alio quod non et similia, in isto casu spectabitur consuetudo loci in quo est iudex, argumento D. 22. 5. 3. in fine. Si queritur de consuetudine que respicit litis decisionem, consi- deratur locus contractus argumento D. 21. 2. 6. Sed quero a te: agitur ex delicto vel quasi contractu vel rei- vendicacione, http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png The Legal History Review / Tijdschrift voor Rechtsgeschiedenis / Revue d'Histoire du Droit Brill

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Brill
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© 1922 Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, The Netherlands
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0040-7585
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1571-8190
D.O.I.
10.1163/157181922X00211
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BIJLAGE IV. FRANSCHE CIVILISTEN. JACOBUS DE RAVANIS. a. (ad legem : si se subiiciant - D. 5. 1. 1.). ' Ultimo tetigit hic Azo istam questionem et in multis aliis locis. Ego sum Parisiensis, tu es Aurelianensis, consentimus in episco- pum Carnotensem, venimus coram iudice. In regione actoris est una consuetudo, in regione rei est alia et in loco iudicis est tercia. Modo queritur secundum quam consuetudinem iudicabitur? Dicit reus debet inspici consuetudo fori mei argumento C. 3. 13. 2. Dicit actor, immo ex persona actoris ius metimur, D. 5. 4. 1. Dicit iudex, ego tenebo consuetudinem fori mei. Quid dicemus? Dicit Azo : consideranda est consuetudo iudicis, argumento D. 4. 8. 21. 10. Jacobus respondit: aut queris de consuetudine que respicit litis ordinacionem aut de consuetudine que respicit litis decisionem. Si primo §modo, ut quia consuetudo est in uno foro quod detur libellus et in alio quod non et similia, in isto casu spectabitur consuetudo loci in quo est iudex, argumento D. 22. 5. 3. in fine. Si queritur de consuetudine que respicit litis decisionem, consi- deratur locus contractus argumento D. 21. 2. 6. Sed quero a te: agitur ex delicto vel quasi contractu vel rei- vendicacione,

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The Legal History Review / Tijdschrift voor Rechtsgeschiedenis / Revue d'Histoire du DroitBrill

Published: Jan 1, 1922

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