The Maritime Law of Europe Volume 1 Domenico Alberto Azuni

ISBN: 9781230426136

Published: September 12th 2013

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114 pages


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The Maritime Law of Europe Volume 1  by  Domenico Alberto Azuni

The Maritime Law of Europe Volume 1 by Domenico Alberto Azuni
September 12th 2013 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, RTF | 114 pages | ISBN: 9781230426136 | 7.56 Mb

This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1806 edition. Excerpt: ... Of the maritime laws in the Basilica. accident, unless they should be enemies of the emperor, or pirates, under the pain of a forfeiture of all the transgressors goods, and other arbitrary penalties. Every one knows in what manner that constitution became inserted in the Code, and for .what cause, thirteen constitutions of the two imperial Fredericks, are also found there.* ARTICLE VI.

Of the Maritime Laws contained in the Basilica. 1. AFTER the example of Justinian, the emperor Basil, in 877, published a compilation of laws in forty books. Leo VI. his son and successor, added twenty more, all which laws are known under the name of the Basilica, and were the basis of the jurisprudence of the Greek empire, until its final destruction. 2. This compilation, published at Paris, in 1647, by Charles Annibal Fabrot, contains, in the 53d * The Pandects were discovered a short time before Frederick I. invaded Lombardy- the history of the transaction of the two Fredericks, and the use they made of the Pandects and Code of Justinian, may be found in Giannones Istoria Civile del regno Napoli, vol.

2, lib. 12, cap. 1. Lib. 13, cap. 3, 1, 2, et S. Lib. 15, cap. 3, 4, Lib. 16, 17 T. Vol. I. S s Maritime laws in the Basilica, taken from the Digest and Code. book, several maritime laws, comprising six titles, on this subject. 3. The first is, De nauticis obligationibus, et omnis generis actionibus, qiue nomine navium, et omnium in fis navigantium, exercitorum, magistrorum, nanta* rum, mercatorum, reliquorumque, vectorum instituuntur, et de naufragio.

This title includes five laws taken from the Digest, and Code of Justinian. The first is the same with that of Ulpian, and found in the Digest, under the title of nautae, caupones, ...



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