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Hans-Michael Empell

In causis vero dissentiamus

Exegese eines folgenreichen Julian-Fragments (D. 41,1,36). Zugleich ein Plädoyer gegen die Lehre von der solutio als causa

[In causis vero dissentiamus. Exegesis of an Influential Julian Fragment (D. 41,1,36). Including an Argument against the Doctrine of solutio as causa.]

2020. X, 346 pages.

Ius Romanum 8

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Hans-Michael Empell examines the classical Roman jurist Julian's text from the second century A.D. relating to the conditions of an effective transfer of ownership. The author's fresh interpretation results in a better understanding of the famous antinomy between Julian and Ulpian.
Hans-Michael Empell examines the classical Roman jurist Julian's text from the second century A.D. relating to the conditions of an effective transfer of ownership. The author's fresh interpretation results in a better understanding of the famous antinomy between Julian and Ulpian.
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Hans-Michael Empell Geboren 1943; Ausbildung zum Diplom-Bibliothekar für den Dienst an wissenschaftlichen Bibliotheken in Göttingen; 1966–71 Studium der Rechtswissenschaften an der Universität Göttingen; 1987 Promotion; Tätigkeit als Bibliothekar und Völkerrechtler an der Forschungsstätte der Evangelischen Studiengemeinschaft in Heidelberg; seit 2008 im Ruhestand.

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