- Title Pages
- List of Contributors
- List of Abbreviations
- 1 The Sources of Medieval Learned Law
- 2 The Infrastructure of the Early <i>Ius Commune</i>: The Formation of <i>Regulae</i>, or its Failure
- 3 <i>Ius Quaerens Intellectum</i>: The Method of the Medieval Civilians
- 4 Medieval Family and Marriage Law: From Actions of <i>Status</i> to Legal Doctrine
- 5 The Roman Concept of Ownership and the Medieval Doctrine of <i>Dominium Utile</i>
- 6 Succession to Fiefs: A <i>Ius Commune Feudorum?</i>
- 7 Towards the Medieval Law of Hypothec
- 8 The Ignorant Seller’s Liability for Latent Defects: One <i>Regula</i> or Various Sets of Rules?
- 9 The Glossators’ Monetary Law
- 10 Citations and the Construction of Procedural Law in the <i>Ius Commune</i>
- 11 <i>Doctoribus bona dona danda sunt</i><sup>1</sup>: Actions to Recover Unpaid Legal Fees
- The Creation of the Ius Commune
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