The commentaries of Gaius and Rules of Ulpian

9781231071977: The commentaries of Gaius and Rules of Ulpian
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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1874 Excerpt: made for him. 167. A slave held in common undoubtedly acquires for his owners according to their shares of ownership, with the exception that by stipulating or receiving by mancipation expressly for one he makes acquisition for that one only; for instance, when he stipulates thus: Do you engage that it shall be given to my master Titius? or when he receives by man cipio accipiat: Hanc Rem Ex Iure Quiritium Lucii Titii DOMINI MEI ESSE AIO, EAQUE EI EMPTA ESTO HOC AERE AENEA Que Libra. (167 a.) ud quaeritur num quod unius domini nomen adiectum e/f/cit, idem faciat unius ex dominis iussum intercedens. nostri praeceptores perinde ei qui iusserit soli adquiri existimant, a/que si nominatim ei soli stipulatus esset servus, mancipiove accqisset. diversae scholae auctores proinde utrisque adquiri putant, ac si nulliz/s iussum intervenisset. 168. Tollitur autem obligatio praecipue solutione eius quod debeatur. unde quaeritur, si quis consentiente creditore aliurf pro alio solvent, utrum ipso iure liberetur, quod nostris praeceptoribus placet: an ipso iure maneat obligatus, serf adversus petentem exceptione doli mali defendi debeat, quod diverse scho/ae awctoribus visum est. 169. Item per acceptilationem tollitur obligatio. acceptilatio cipation thus: I assert this thing to be the property of my master Lucius Titius by Quiritary title; and be it b )ught for him with this coin and copper balance. 167 a. It is questionable whether the fact of a precedent command having been given by one particular master has the same effect as the addition (i.e. mention on the part of the slave) of the name of one particular master. Our authorities think the acquisition is made for that one only who gave the command, just as it would be if the slave stipulated or received by mancipa...

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