The contribution deals with some hermeneutical positions of classicalJurists concerning the beneficia imperialia from the point of view of theirdeviating from the ‘ratio iuris’. The Author – by recalling the metodologicalwarning of Alberto Burdese about paying vigilant and cautiousattention for the textual data – examines some sources which regard therelationship between beneficia and regulae iuris and between beneficia, aequitas,utilitas and the attribution of the interpretation of beneficia directly to theEmperor.
|Number of pages||17|
|Journal||BULLETTINO DELL'ISTITUTO DI DIRITTO ROMANO 'VITTORIO SCIALOJA'|
|Publication status||Published - 2016|