THE CIVIL LAW

Including

The Twelve Tables, The Institutes of Gaius, The Rules of
Ulpian, The Opinions of Paulus, The Enactments
of Justinian, and The Constitutions of Leo:

Translated from the original Latin,
edited, and compared with all accessible systems
of jurisprudence ancient and modern.

By S. P. SCOTT, A. M.

Author of "History of the Moorish
Empire in Europe," Translator of
the "Visigothic Code"

IN SEVENTEEN VOLUMES

VOL. III.

Cincinnati
The Central Trust Company
Executor of the Estate Samuel P. Scott, Deceased
Publishers

Copyright, 1932
by the Central Trust Company
Executor of the Estate Samuel P. Scott, Deceased
[Copyright expired without renewal]

CONTENTS OF VOLUME III.

THE DIGEST OR PANDECTS.

(Continued)

PAGE

BOOK III.

HTML Version TITLE I. CONCERNING THE RIGHT OF APPLICATION TO THE COURT............... 3

TITLE II. CONCERNING THOSE WHO ARE BRANDED WITH INFAMY .............. 7

TITLE III. CONCERNING AGENTS AND DEFENDERS .............................. 14

TITLE IV. How PROCEEDINGS ARE INSTITUTED FOR, OR AGAINST CORPORATIONS ..... 30

TITLE V. CONCERNING THE TRANSACTION OF THE BUSINESS OF OTHERS......... 33

TITLE VI. CONCERNING PERSONS WHO BRING VEXATIOUS ACTIONS .............. 52

BOOK IV.

HTML Version TITLE I. CONCERNING COMPLETE RESTITUTION ............................... 55

TITLE II. WHERE AN ACT IS PERFORMED ON ACCOUNT OF FEAR.................. 56

TITLE III. CONCERNING FRAUDULENT INTENT ...................................... 67

TITLE IV. CONCERNING PERSONS UNDER TWENTY-FIVE YEARS OF AGE............ 77

TITLE V. CONCERNING THE CHANGE OF CONDITION ........................... 98

TITLE VI. WHAT THE GROUNDS ARE ON WHICH PERSONS OVER TWENTY-FIVE YEARS OP AGE ARE ENTITLED TO COMPLETE RESTITUTION................. 101

TITLE VII. CONCERNING ALIENATIONS MADE FOR THE PURPOSE OF CHANGING THE CONDITIONS OF A TRIAL ....................................... 113

TITLE VIII. CONCERNING MATTERS REFERRED TO OTHERS FOR ARBITRATION AND THOSE WHO ACCEPT THEM FOR THE PURPOSE OF MAKING AN AWARD...... 116

TITLE IX. SAILORS, INNKEEPERS, AND THE PROPRIETORS OF STABLES, MUST RESTORE PROPERTY ENTRUSTED TO THEM ................................ 134

SECOND PART. BOOK V.

HTML Version TITLE I. CONCERNING TRIALS AND WHERE ANYONE OUGHT TO BEING SUIT, OR BE SUED........................................................ 141

TITLE II. CONCERNING INOFFICIOUS TESTAMENTS............................. 158

TITLE III. CONCERNING THE ACTION FOR THE RECOVERY OF AN ESTATE........... 171

TITLE IV. CONCERNING ACTIONS FOR THE RECOVERY OF A PORTION OF AN ESTATE. . 196

TITLE V. CONCERNING POSSESSORY ACTIONS FOR THE RECOVERY OF ESTATES..... 200

TITLE VI. CONCERNING SUITS FOR THE RECOVERY OF TRUST ESTATES............ 200

BOOK VI.

HTML Version TITLE I. CONCERNING ACTIONS FOR THE RECOVERY OF SPECIFIC PROPERTY....... 201

TITLE II. CONCERNING THE PUBLICIAN ACTION IN REM ....................... 221

TITLE III. CONCERNING ACTIONS FOR THE RECOVERY OF LAND WHICH HAS BEEN PERPETUALLY LEASED, NAMELY, EMPHYTEUTIC LAND............. 226

BOOK VII.

HTML Version TITLE I. PAGE CONCERNING USUFRUCT AND ITS USE AND ENJOYMENT ............... 227

TITLE II. CONCERNING THE ACCRUAL OF USUFRUCT ........................... 250

TITLE III. WHEN THE LEGACY OF AN USUFRUCT VESTS ......................... 254

TITLE IV. IN WHAT WAYS USUFRUCT OR USE IS LOST.......................... 254

TITLE V. CONCERNING THE USUFRUCT OF THINGS WHICH ARE CONSUMED OR DIMINISHED BY USE................................................ 262

TITLE VI. CONCERNING THE ACTION FOR THE RECOVERY OF USUFRUCT, AND THAT BY WHICH IT IS DENIED ......................................... 264

TITLE VII. CONCERNING THE SERVICES OF SLAVES.............................. 268

TITLE VIII. CONCERNING USE AND HABITATION................................ 268

TITLE IX. IN WHAT WAY AN USUFRUCTUARY MUST GIVE SECURITY.............. 275

BOOK VIII.

HTML Version TITLE I. CONCERNING SERVITUDES .......................................... 279

TITLE II. CONCERNING SERVITUDES OF URBAN ESTATES ........................ 282

TITLE III. CONCERNING THE SERVITUDES OF RUSTIC ESTATES.................... 292

TITLE IV. RULES COMMON TO BOTH URBAN AND RUSTIC ESTATES................ 301

TITLE V. WHERE AN ACTION IS BROUGHT TO RECOVER A SERVITUDE, OR THE RIGHT OF ANOTHER TO IT IS DENIED.................................. 306

TITLE VI. HOW SERVITUDES ARE LOST........................................ 315

BOOK IX.

HTML Version TITLE I. PAGE CONCERNING THE COMMISSION OF DAMAGE BY A QUADRUPED........... 321

TITLE II. ON THE LEX AQUILIA ............................................ 323


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