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  • THE INSTITUTES OF JUSTINIAN
  • Translated into English by J. B. Moyle, D.C.L. of Lincoln's Inn, Barrister-at-Law, Fellow and Late Tutor of New College, Oxford
    • Fifth Edition (1913)
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  • Contents
  • BOOK I.
  • TITLE I. OF JUSTICE AND LAW
  • TITLE II. OF THE LAW OF NATURE, THE LAW OF NATIONS, AND THE CIVIL LAW
  • TITLE III. OF THE LAW OF PERSONS
  • TITLE IV. OF MEN FREE BORN
  • TITLE V. OF FREEDMEN
  • TITLE VI. OF PERSONS UNABLE TO MANUMIT, AND THE CAUSES OF THEIR INCAPACITY
  • TITLE VII. OF THE REPEAL OF THE LEX FUFIA CANINIA
  • TITLE VIII. OF PERSONS INDEPENDENT OR DEPENDENT
  • TITLE IX. OF PATERNAL POWER
    • Our children whom we have begotten in lawful wedlock are in our power.
  • TITLE X. OF MARRIAGE
  • TITLE XI. OF ADOPTIONS
  • TITLE XII. OF THE MODES IN WHICH PATERNAL POWER IS EXTINGUISHED
  • TITLE XIII. OF GUARDIANSHIPS
  • TITLE XIV. WHO CAN BE APPOINTED GUARDIANS BY WILL
  • TITLE XV. OF THE STATUTORY GUARDIANSHIP OF AGNATES
  • TITLE XVI. OF LOSS OF STATUS
  • TITLE XVII. OF THE STATUTORY GUARDIANSHIP OF PATRONS
  • TITLE XVIII. OF THE STATUTORY GUARDIANSHIP OF PARENTS
  • TITLE XIX. OF FIDUCIARY GUARDIANSHIP
  • TITLE XX. OF ATILIAN GUARDIANS, AND THOSE APPOINTED UNDER THE LEX IULIA
  • TITLE XXI. OF THE AUTHORITY OF GUARDIANS
  • TITLE XXII. OF THE MODES IN WHICH GUARDIANSHIP IS TERMINATED
  • TITLE XXIII. OF CURATORS
  • TITLE XXIV. OF THE SECURITY TO BE GIVEN BY GUARDIANS AND CURATORS
  • TITLE XXV. OF GUARDIANS' AND CURATORS' GROUNDS OF EXEMPTION
  • TITLE XXVI. OF GUARDIANS OR CURATORS WHO ARE SUSPECTED
  • BOOK II.
  • TITLE I. OF THE DIFFERENT KINDS OF THINGS
  • TITLE II. OF INCORPOREAL THINGS
    • Some things again are corporeal, and others incorporeal.
  • TITLE III. OF SERVITUDES
  • TITLE IV. OF USUFRUCT
  • TITLE V. OF USE AND HABITATION
  • TITLE VI. OF USUCAPION AND LONG POSSESSION
  • TITLE VII. OF GIFTS
  • TITLE VIII. OF PERSONS WHO MAY, AND WHO MAY NOT ALIENATE
  • TITLE IX. OF PERSONS THROUGH WHOM WE ACQUIRE
  • TITLE X. OF THE EXECUTION OF WILLS
  • TITLE XI. OF SOLDIERS' WILLS
  • TITLE XII. OF PERSONS INCAPABLE OF MAKING WILLS
  • TITLE XIII. OF THE DISINHERISON OF CHILDREN
  • TITLE XIV. OF THE INSTITUTION OF THE HEIR
  • TITLE XV. OF ORDINARY SUBSTITUTION
  • TITLE XVI. OF PUPILLARY SUBSTITUTION
  • TITLE XVII. OF THE MODES IN WHICH WILLS BECOME VOID
  • TITLE XVIII. OF AN UNDUTEOUS WILL
  • TITLE XIX. OF THE KINDS AND DIFFERENCES BETWEEN HEIRS
  • TITLE XX. OF LEGACIES
  • TITLE XXI. OF THE ADEMPTION AND TRANSFERENCE OF LEGACIES
  • TITLE XXII. OF THE LEX FALCIDIA
  • TITLE XXIII. OF TRUST INHERITANCES
  • TITLE XXIV. OF TRUST BEQUESTS OF SINGLE THINGS
  • TITLE XXV. OF CODICILS
  • BOOK III.
  • TITLE I. OF THE DEVOLUTION OF INHERITANCES ON INTESTACY
  • TITLE II. OF THE STATUTORY SUCCESSION OF AGNATES
  • TITLE III. OF THE SENATUSCONSULTUM TERTULLIANUM
  • TITLE IV. OF THE SENATUSCONSULTUM ORFITIANUM
  • TITLE V. OF THE SUCCESSION OF COGNATES
  • TITLE VI. OF THE DEGREES OF COGNATION
  • TITLE VII. OF THE SUCCESSION TO FREEDMEN
  • TITLE VIII. OF THE ASSIGNMENT OF FREEDMEN
  • TITLE IX. OF POSSESSION OF GOODS
  • TITLE X. OF ACQUISITION BY ADROGATION
  • TITLE XI. OF THE ADJUDICATION OF A DECEASED PERSON'S ESTATE TO PRESERVE THE GIFTS OF LIBERTY
  • TITLE XII. OF UNIVERSAL SUCCESSIONS, NOW OBSOLETE, IN SALE OF GOODS UPON BANKRUPTCY, AND UNDER THE SC. CLAUDIANUM
  • TITLE XIII. OF OBLIGATIONS
  • TITLE XIV. OF REAL CONTRACTS, OR THE MODES IN WHICH OBLIGATIONS ARE CONTRACTED BY DELIVERY
  • TITLE XV. OF VERBAL OBLIGATION
  • TITLE XVI. OF STIPULATIONS IN WHICH THERE ARE TWO CREDITORS OR TWO
  • TITLE XVII. OF STIPULATIONS MADE BY SLAVES
  • TITLE XVIII. OF THE DIFFERENT KINDS OF STIPULATIONS
  • TITLE XIX. OF INVALID STIPULATIONS
  • TITLE XX. OF FIDEJUSSORS OR SURETIES
  • TITLE XXI. OF LITERAL OBLIGATION
  • TITLE XXII. OF OBLIGATION BY CONSENT
  • TITLE XXIII. OF PURCHASE AND SALE
  • TITLE XXIV. OF LETTING AND HIRING
  • TITLE XXV. OF PARTNERSHIP
  • TITLE XXVI. OF AGENCY
  • TITLE XXVII. OF QUASI-CONTRACTUAL OBLIGATION
  • TITLE XXVIII. OF PERSONS THROUGH WHOM WE CAN ACQUIRE OBLIGATIONS
  • TITLE XXIX. OF THE MODES IN WHICH OBLIGATIONS ARE DISCHARGED
  • BOOK IV.
  • TITLE I. OF OBLIGATIONS ARISING FROM DELICT
  • TITLE II. OF ROBBERY
  • TITLE III. OF THE LEX AQUILIA
  • TITLE IV. OF INJURIES
  • TITLE V. OF QUASI-DELICTAL OBLIGATIONS
  • TITLE VI. OF ACTIONS
  • TITLE VII. OF CONTRACTS MADE WITH PERSONS IN POWER
  • TITLE VIII. OF NOXAL ACTIONS
  • TITLE IX. OF PAUPERIES, OR DAMAGE DONE BY QUADRUPEDS
  • TITLE X. OF PERSONS THROUGH WHOM WE CAN BRING AN ACTION
  • TITLE XI. OF SECURITY
  • TITLE XII. OF ACTIONS PERPETUAL AND TEMPORAL, AND WHICH MAY BE BROUGHT
  • TITLE XIII. OF EXCEPTIONS
  • TITLE XIV. OF REPLICATIONS
  • TITLE XV. OF INTERDICTS
  • TITLE XVI. OF THE PENALTIES FOR RECKLESS LITIGATION
  • TITLE XVII. OF THE DUTIES OF A JUDGE
  • TITLE XVIII. OF PUBLIC PROSECUTIONS
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