lex Falcidia


lex Falcidia
The Falcidian law,–a Roman statute of 714 A. D., which restricted the disposition of one's property by will or testament.

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.

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  • lex Falcidia — /leks folsidiya/ See Falcidian law …   Black's law dictionary

  • lex Falcidia — /leks folsidiya/ See Falcidian law …   Black's law dictionary

  • Lex — f. (Plural Leges, lateinisch für „Gesetz“) ist ein Begriff aus dem Römischen Reich, der im weiteren Sinne jede Rechtsvorschrift bezeichnet, im engeren Sinne jedoch nur die Rechtsvorschriften, die einen bestimmten Weg durchlaufen hatten. Ursprung… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Lex Voconia — (The Voconian Law) was a law established in ancient Rome in 169 BC.Introduced by Q. Voconius Saxa with support from Cato the Elder, Voconius being tribune of the people in that year, this law prohibited those who owned property valued at 100,000… …   Wikipedia

  • lex — /leks/ In medieval jurisprudence, a body or collection of various laws peculiar to a given nation or people; not a code in the modern sense, but an aggregation or collection of laws not codified or systematized. Also, a similar collection of laws …   Black's law dictionary

  • lex — /leks/ In medieval jurisprudence, a body or collection of various laws peculiar to a given nation or people; not a code in the modern sense, but an aggregation or collection of laws not codified or systematized. Also, a similar collection of laws …   Black's law dictionary

  • falcidia — falcidia. (Del lat. falcidĭa [lex], de Falcidĭus, el tribuno que dio esta ley). f. Der. cuarta falcidia …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • falcidia — (Del lat. falcidĭa [lex], de Falcidĭus, el tribuno que dio esta ley). f. Der. cuarta falcidia …   Diccionario de la lengua española

  • Falcidĭa lex testamentarĭa — Falcidĭa lex testamentarĭa, Gesetzvorschlag, vom Volkstribun Falcidius 41 v. Chr. eingebracht; dessen Inhalt s.u. Beneficium legis Falcidiae; F. quarta, s. ebd …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • FALCIDIA Lex — lata est a P. Falcidio Tribuno Pl. Cu. Domitio Calvino II. C. Asinio Pollione Coss. A. U. C. 713. Cuius haec capita a Iurisconsultis memorantur: Qui cives Romani sunt, qui eorum post hanc legem rogatam testamentum facere volet, ius potestasque… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale


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