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Schröder, Bianca-Jeanette and Schröder, Jan (Tübingen RWG)

[German version] Roman (private) tort law survived into the Early Modern Period, as Roman private law in general, as ius commune, and was only replaced by the Central European codifications of the 18th and 19th cents. It has strongly influenced modern liability law, especially in the field of

Fögen, Marie Theres and Glöckner, Hans Peter

) and a series of selected legal institutions of territorial laws and customs, this RL (jurisprudence), as so-called common law (ius commune), became the object of the study of law at the medieval univer...

Luig, Klaus (Köln) RWG

[English version] Im Rechtssystem Englands spielte neben dem common law auch das als civil law bezeichnete röm. Recht, genauer das auf dem europ. Festland herrschende, auf röm.-kanonischen Quellen beruhende ius commune, eine wichtige Rolle. Es wurde von als C. bezeichneten Juristen in der Praxis

Schröder, Jan (Tübingen) RWG

[English version] Das röm. (private) D.-Recht lebt, wie das röm. Privatrecht generell, in der frühen Neuzeit als gemeines Recht (ius commune) fort und wird erst von den mitteleurop. Kodifikationen des 18. und 19. Jh. abgelöst. Es hat das mod. Haftungsrecht v.a. im Bereich der schuldhaften

Ranieri, Filippo (Saarbrücken RWG)

[English version] The rules, principles and legal figures of Roman debt law had moulded the continental European ius commune since the rebirth of legal instruction in the law schools of the Glossators. It was precisely the Justinian sources of the Roman Law of Obligations that stood in the centre

Ranieri, Filippo

[English version] Regeln, Prinzipien und Rechtsfiguren des röm. Sch. prägen seit der Wiedergeburt eines Rechtsunterrichts in der Rechtsschule der Glossatoren das kontinentaleurop. ius commune. Gerade die Justinianischen Quellen zum röm. Obligationenrecht stehen im Zentrum der praktischen Rezeption

Luig, Klaus (Cologne)

[German version] Roman law, to be precise, the ius commune (translated as civil law), which was prevalent on the European mainland and based on Roman canonical sources, played an important role alongside common law in England's legal system. It was practised by lawyers known as civilists, was

Dario Luongo

lavorio ermeneutico del giurista nell’orizzonte giurisprudenziale dello ius commune . Le elaborazioni dottrinali dei glossatori si tradussero nell’invenzione di nuovi istituti che avevano spesso basi molto labili nei testi giustinianei. È il caso del duplex dominium (ossia diretto e utile): una