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This is an indispensable reference to Roman Law, with an introductory essay by Erwin Grueber of Balliol College, Oxford. Sohm presents a systematic and historical exposition of Roman private law, introducing a new element into the legal studies of the English-speaking world.
Publisher: Gorgias Press LLC
Availability: In stock
SKU (ISBN): 1-59333-006-5
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Publication Status: In Print

Publication Date: Dec 30,2002
Interior Color: Black
Trim Size: 6 x 9
Page Count: 560
ISBN: 1-59333-006-5
$220.00
$132.00
This is an indispensable reference to Roman Law, with an introductory essay by Erwin Grueber of Balliol College, Oxford. Sohm presents a systematic and historical exposition of Roman private law, introducing a new element into the legal studies of the English-speaking world.
This is an indispensable reference to Roman Law, with an introductory essay by Erwin Grueber of Balliol College, Oxford. Sohm presents a systematic and historical exposition of Roman private law, introducing a new element into the legal studies of the English-speaking world.
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Rudolph Sohm

  • Introductory Essay
  • The Nature of the Subject
  • Sources and Fundamental Conceptions
  • Roman Law as the Law of the City of Rome
  • Roman Law as the Law of the World (The Empire)
  • The Law of Persons
  • The Law of Property
  • General Part
  • The Law of Things
  • The Law of Obligations
  • The Law of Family and the Law of Inheritance
  • The Law of Family
  • The Law of Inheritance