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eBook formatHardcover, (torrent)En
PublisherOxford University Press, USA
File size3.8 Mb
Release date 01.07.2005
Pages count213
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Modern accounts of how the classical Romans sued each other tend to show the opponents willingly working together under the guidance of a magistrate, until their case was ready for trial. The parties found a convenient time to make their first appearance, at which time they decided on the details of their case, selected a judge, and received permission to go to trial. arrangements to return. personal stewardship of a magistrate, and the ready availability of a judge. On the surface, all of these things seem rather doubtful. This accepted picture emerged over time from a tiny amount of evidence. Justinian had no interest in preserving evidence on classical procedure, and subsequent generations of jurists often did not regard rules of procedure as worthy of interest. Roman legal procedure. Metzger examines this evidence, painting a picture of litigation that is far less polite and far less orderly. system, and indeed any legal system, faces.

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