Le costituzioni superflue del Codice di Giustiniano, secondo Taleleo

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Abstract

Justinian, in the introductory constitutions of the Digesta, the Institutiones and the Codex, declares that he wants to pursue, among other things, the result of a ius certum, removing leges considered superfluous or redudant. However, by investigating Thalelaeus' commentary on the Codex it is possible to trace back to seven constitutions considered superfluous by this antecessor. The paper reflects on the ways in which the Justinian complilers have pursued the aim of legal certainty; furthermore, the research points out the practical suggestions thae were given in the antecessors' courses
Lingua originaleItalian
pagine (da-a)219-247
Numero di pagine29
RivistaANNALI DEL SEMINARIO GIURIDICO
Volume52
Stato di pubblicazionePublished - 2019

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