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The Creation of the Ius CommuneFrom Casus to Regula$
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John W. Cairns and Paul J. du Plessis

Print publication date: 2010

Print ISBN-13: 9780748638970

Published to Edinburgh Scholarship Online: March 2012

DOI: 10.3366/edinburgh/9780748638970.001.0001

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Succession to Fiefs: A Ius Commune Feudorum?

Succession to Fiefs: A Ius Commune Feudorum?

(p.143) 6 Succession to Fiefs: A Ius Commune Feudorum?
The Creation of the Ius Commune

Magnus Ryan

Edinburgh University Press

Succession was one of the most heavily represented themes in later medieval and early-modern juristic discussion of fiefs. In this, ius commune feudorum merely reflected the wider trends of practical and academic jurisprudence. This chapter explores the way in which the ius commune feudorum became recognised and discussed as a significant category of its own, leading the glossators to develop the concept of the natura feudi.

Keywords:   academic jurisprudence, glossators, natura feudi

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