Sohm, Rudolf The Institutes of Roman law

ISBN 13: 9780217331449

The Institutes of Roman law

9780217331449: The Institutes of Roman law
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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. 1892 edition. Excerpt: ...based, not on any promise, not (as in means permissive possession till further the cases of locatio conductio and com-notice, and nothing more--a possession, modatum) on an obligation, but solely therefore, which is revocable at any on the fact that the other party precarutf moment; whereas, in the case of locatio habet. The Roman precarium originated conduciio and commodatum, the right perhaps in the permissive possession of to use the thing can only be revoked clients, when patrons allowed their after the expiry of the period agreed clients to occupy lands for the purpose u i,n. If the person holding precario of enabling them to obtain a livelihood. § 54. can plead that the plaintiff acquired the thing from him vi, clam or precario (the so-called ' exceptio vitiosae possessions'), with the result that, as we have just explained, the plaintiff himself may be condemned, in the case of the interdict unde vi this exceptio vitiosae possessions is inadmissible. In the same way the interdictum de precario is directed against the precario habens as such, i. e. the person who precario habet from the plaintiff or ' dolo malo fecit, ut desineret habere.' The interdictum unde vi, however, applies only to immovables, the interdictum de precario also to movables. The interdictum unde vi as well as the interdictum uti possidetis is barred intra annum (utilem); post annum there is only an action for the recovery of the amount by which the defendant has been enriched. "The interdictum de precario, on the other hand, is only bariKpitrnff' the ordinary period of limitation, i. e. thirty or forty yeaB&f as the case may be. The above-mentioned possessory interdicts (retinendae and re-cuperandae possessionis) can be claimed by the juristic possessor as...

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