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Revista de estudios histórico-jurídicos

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RODRIGUEZ ENNES, Luis. The Galaic Law Court: a Natural Derivation from the Hellenic-Roman Emphyteusis. Rev. estud. hist.-juríd. [online]. 2007, n.29, pp.357-372. ISSN 0716-5455.

The emphyteusis is an institution of Hellenic origins, which main features, clearly defined in its archaic Hellenic age: the faculty of the concessionaire of selling, give security and dispose by will of the occupied farms, would allow forming the law as a tus perpetuum. This peculiar feature together with the obligation of the concessionaire of cultivating the farm will then converge in the Roman post-classic and Justinian emphyteusis. Before different authors that suggest the existence of a historical gap between the Hellenic and Roman emphyteusis, we understand that such institution constitutes the product of a secular evolution which essential features can be considered to remain within the course of time. In this way, with this study we try to prove that the tus emphyteuticum is an institution that follows a historical line, without interruption from the Hellenic law and along the history of Roman law, by which it is transmitted to medieval Law until these days.

Palavras-chave : Law court; Duplex Dominium; Feudalism; Codification; Foralism.

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