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" County.'" 73 It may be interesting to notice that in 1856, Roman law and perhaps even in 1871, Sir H. Maine believed '" Americathat the Code of Louisiana ('of all republications of Roman law the one which appears to us the clearest, the fullest, the most... "
English Law and the Renaissance: The Rede Lecture for 1901 - Página 83
por Frederic William Maitland - 1901 - 98 páginas
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The Southern Review, Volumen9,Temas18-20

1871
...Cambridge Essays. 1856. p. 17. 1871.] Romtm Law and Modern Ideas. 599 ston. Almost unassisted, he produced the Code of Louisiana, of all republications of Roman...best adapted to the exigencies of modern society.' What is most interesting in the various works which we have cited is, the insight which they afford...
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English Law and the Renaissance: With Some Notes

Frederic William Maitland - 1901 - 98 páginas
...interesting to notice that in 1856, Roman law and perhaps even in 1871, Sir H. Maine believed '" Alnericathat the Code of Louisiana ('of all republications of Roman...American States are taking for the substratum of their laws.. ..The Roman law is, therefore, fast becoming the lingua franca of universal jurisprudence.1...
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Select Essays in Anglo-American Legal History, Volumen1

Association of American Law Schools - 1907
...County.'" "It may be interesting to notice that in 1856, and perhaps even in 1871, Sir H. Maine believed that the Code of Louisiana ("of all republications...American States are taking for the substratum of their laws. . . . The Roman law is, therefore, fast becoming the lingua franca of universal jurisprudence."...
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Congressional Serial Set

1928
...interesting in this connection to notice that in 1856, and perhaps as late as 1871, Sir Henry Maine believed that the Code of Louisiana ("of all republications...had a grand destiny before it in the United States. can use. They seem to overlook the fact, however, that the railway companies are now seeking to increase...
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A Catalogue of the Law Collection at New York University: With Selected ...

Julius J. Marke - 1953 - 1372 páginas
...Louisiana, which Livingston helped so much to frame, "of all republications of Roman law . . . the clearest, fullest, the most philosophical, and the best adapted to the exigencies of modern society." The Louisiana Civil Code has been diffused throughout the Louisiana Purchase states as a model law;...
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English Law and the Renaissance: (the Rede Lecture for 1901) with Some Notes

Frederic William Maitland - 1901 - 98 páginas
...interesting to notice that in 1856, Roman law and perhaps even in 1871, Sir H. Maine believed '" Americathat the Code of Louisiana ('of all republications of Roman...American States are taking for the substratum of their laws.. ..The Roman law is, therefore, fast becoming the lingua franca of universal jurisprudence.'...
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Village-communities in the East and West

Henry Sumner Maine - 1876 - 413 páginas
...confided to the first legal genius of modern times — Mr. Livingston. Almost unassisted,1 he produced the Code of Louisiana, of all republications of Roman...best adapted to the exigencies of modern society. Now it is this code, and not the Common law of England, which the newest American States are taking...
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Louisiana Historical Quarterly, Volumen4

1922
...all the republications of the Roman law it is the one that appears to him the fullest, the clearest, the most philosophical and the best adapted to the exigencies of modern society. The author also asserts in his lecture on Roman law that, as adopted in Louisiana, it has produced...
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