Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Formatted Contents Note
Introduction /John W. Cairns and Paul J. du Plessis The sources of medieval learned law /Harry Dondorp and Eltjo J.H. Schrage The infrastructure of the early ius commune : the formation of regulae, or its failure /Kees Bezemer Ius quarens intellectum : the method of the medieval civilians /James Gordley Medieval family and marriage law : from actions of status to legal doctrine /Laurent L.J.M. Waelkens The Roman concept of ownership and the medieval doctrine of dominium utile /Thomas Rüfner Succession to fiefs : a ius commune feudorum? /Magnus Ryan Towards the medieval law of hypothec /Paul J. du Plessis The ignorant seller's liability for latent defects : one regula or various sets of rules? /Jan Hallebeek The glossators' monetary law /Wolfgang Ernst Citations and the construction of procedural law in the ius commune /Richard H. Helmholz Doctoribus bona dona danda sunt : actions to recover unpaid legal fees /James A. Brundage.
KJ147 .C74 2010
Edinburgh : Edinburgh University Press,