4 edition of Roman arbitration found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 254-269) and index.
|Statement||Derek Roebuck and Bruno de Loynes de Fumichon.|
|Contributions||Fumichon, Bruno de Loynes de.|
|LC Classifications||KJA2710 .R64 2004|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 283 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||283|
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The Roman empire encompassed a vast area, incorporating many different cultures, and yet Roman law had to resolve disputes across the board. This meticulous study of the ways and means in which Roman law asserted control over disputes between individuals, communities and Roman arbitration book states, is based on an in-depth analysis of legal texts, including.
This history of Roman arbitration covers a long period and a vast area, from a small Italian city in the sixth century BC to every part of the Roman Empire in the seventh century AD.
The authors describe the procedures by which those who lived under Roman administration dealt with their disputes. In this paper the author will examine position and role of arbitration (and arbitri) in the legal scale of the Roman system which varies between two extremities: public and private.
The argument is made more fully by Andrew Lintott, Imperium Romanum: Politics and Administration (London, Routledge, ) and in Derek Roebuck and Bruno de Loynes de Fumichon, Roman Arbitration (Oxford, Holo Books: The Arbitration Press, ) at pp. 8– Roman Arbitrationby ROEBUCK and DE LOYNES DE hed byHolo Books: The Arbitration Press, Oxford (, pp.
+ Appendices 43 pp. + Bibliography + Index). Hardback. Price £ ISBN The history of Roman arbitration covers a long period and a vast area. A great deal of information has come to light over the past several decades about the role of arbitration between the Greek states.
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This chapter examines the various methods by which Roman citizens could resolve their disputes both inside and outside of the courts of law. An effort is made to consider the “average” disputant. Only two jurisdictions, the city of Rome and municipia in Italy, are studied in detail. The discussion progresses through mediation, arbitration and adjudication.
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From Roman times onwards, documents allow a detailed, though partial, picture to be drawn. Not only does the literature describe how mediation and arbitration worked in practice, but a fragment survives of an award dated 14 November sources grow more plentiful in .Relations between Britain and China have, for over years, been inextricably bound up with the taking of Hong Kong on 26 January The man responsible – Britain's Plenipotentiary Captain Charles Elliot – was recalled by his government in disgrace and has also been vilified ever since by China.
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