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Revista de estudios histórico-jurídicos

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GUZMAN BRITO, Alejandro. Para la historia de la formación de la Teoría General del Acto o Negocio Jurídico y del Contrato, IV: Los orígenes históricos de la noción general de Acto o Negocio Jurídico. Rev. estud. hist.-juríd. [online]. 2004, n.26, pp.187-245. ISSN 0716-5455.  http://dx.doi.org/10.4067/S0716-54552004002600007.

In the codes of the Germanic area (Prussia, Saxony, Germany), the trichotomy personae, res, actiones on which the Justinian Institutiones are based, is substituted for the trichotomy Personen, Sachen, Handlungen (Rechtsgeschäft), which is inserted at the beginning of the system in a general part. This article explores the ancient, medieval and modern use of actus and negotium, the Latin words for the German words Handlung and Geschäft; the origin of the expressions actus iuridicus and negotium iuridicum; and the substitutions of the actiones of the Institutiones trichotomy for actus (Handlung) and negotium iuridicum (Rechtsgeschäft). Major roles in the development of these dogmas were played by the XVI-century French jurist François Connan and other representatives of the mos Gallicus, and the XVIII-century German jurist Daniel Nettlebladt and his followers of the late iusnaturalism and the early pandectistics.

Palavras-chave : personae; res; actiones - Personen; Sachen; Handlungen (Rechtsgeschäft); actus iuridicus ; negotium iuridicum; François Connan; Daniel Nettlebladt; late iusnaturalism; early pandectistics.

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