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’s commissioners could have moved the reference to legacies to CJ 6.37.21 and relocated the hybrid constitution under the rubric ‘ De legatis ’, in keeping with the new procedural equivalence of the two institutions. Given that flexibility in operative language was a hallmark of fideicommissa even in the classical

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recognized), but the entire shore could be claimed as the property of a state, so long as it did not interfere with the usus Iurisgentium 135 . The shore thus appears to be a hybrid of public and common property. Grotius does this in part to accommodate an opinion of the juriscon- sult CeIsus, who had said

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tales about credit, but is neither a merchant manual nor a confessor manual. If its hybrid nature has relegated Us et coustumes de la mer to the margins of modern scholarship, its success at the time is evidence of the relevance of its undertaking: it translated and digested for a broad reading public

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.
 105  NRS, CS181/4441, The opinion of the Attorney Generall of Ireland anent granting of Commissions , 6 Oct[obe]r 1711’.
 106  On this idea see J. Finlay, Jurisdictional complexity in post-Union Scotland , in: The Law’s Many Bodies, Studies in Legal Hybridity and Jurisdictional Complexity c. 1600

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hypothec became actionable at a late stage in Roman law because otherwise it would form a fifth consensual contract. In his view it was in effect a consensual contract which, exceptionally, gave rise to real rights and was probably excluded from the scheme of consensual contracts by its hybrid nature. It

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tous les docteurs”, la chambre de l’édit décidait que la peine était due, ce qui revenait à ériger un simple avis au rang de sentence arbitrale. Cette décision témoignait de la volonté du Parlement de Paris de maîtriser la qualification d’actes hybrides afin qu’ils n’échappassent pas absolument à son

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development, but offers criticism of particular rules and constructive suggestions for reform of the law. In his Introduction (pp. xm-xvt) R. first explains the hybrid nature of South African law, the 5. Vgl. Mayer-Maly, Der Ersitzungsbesitz am Sachbestandteil, SDHI 26 (1960) S. 176 ff. 6. Zur

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gleichsam Gesetzeskraft ('zakonnaja sila') zu- kommen. Nach W. transformierte die Interaktion zwischen dem Zivil-Departement und den niederen Gerichten das russische Rechtssystem in ein Mischgebilde von zivilem und gemeinem Recht ('into a hybrid of the civilian and common law systems') (S. 54). Dies bedarf

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(European, or regional, or local) usages of merchants, 35 moral theological literature should also be taken into account. 36 A recent volume adequately described the early modern situation as one of legal – and by extension ‘normative’ – hybridity. Some normative sources, such as foreign consilia

In: Loans and Credit in Consilia and Decisiones in the Low Countries (c. 1500-1680)

contribution of the peace to modern international law can indeed be reduced to a post factum europeaniza- tion of the German constitutional and religious settlement and thus to the very particular triple or hybrid character of the treaties, or whether, on the contrary, the peace included important new or

In: Grotiana