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Ius et Praxis

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AEDO BARRENA, Cristian. LOS REQUISITOS DE LA LEX AQUILIA, CON ESPECIAL REFERENCIA AL DAÑO: LECTURAS DESDE LAS DISTINTAS TEORÍAS SOBRE EL CAPÍTULO TERCERO. Ius et Praxis [online]. 2009, vol.15, n.1, pp.311-337. ISSN 0718-0012.  http://dx.doi.org/10.4067/S0718-00122009000100010.

This paper aims to make a brief review of the requirements that the lex Aquilia required for its concurrence, from the various readings that the modern Roman law doctrine has made the third chapter. Thus, it shows how the different positions that influence the conceptualization of iniuria, in the development decretal, and therefore in terms of causality, but especially in the damage, which in that part of that research pays more attention. So is analyzed, as these various visions, the development of the principle id quod interest. Clearly, as has been hinted in this summary, they face contrasting two visions, between those who see the lex Aquilia a statute originally damages (including the principle corpore corpori and awarded to the medieval interpretation) versus a viewpoint that believes that the law was originally a purely criminal, gradually drifting towards compensation. In the first view, the principle id quod interest was presented from the beginning in the third chapter, which only covered the damage (thesis Daube); from the second view, the interpretation enabled the evolution from the premium corporis until the beginning id quod interest, in point of view, and recently said from Jolowicz supported by Valditara.

Palabras clave : actions; requirements of the law; causality; fault; damage.

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