Iuris civilis notae ad vestem seu textile pertinentes: Notes on Dress in Roman Property Law

Autores

  • Francisco Javier Casinos Mora

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.24858/287

Palavras-chave:

vestis, mobilia pretiosa, usufructus vestimentorum.

Resumo

Roman law considered clothing as a res, as something that could be the object of legal relations, specifically as a res corporalis, a res quae usu consumatur, a res nec mancipi and a res mobilis. These characteristics of vestis as a res were of great practical importance and to a large extent determined the legal regime applicable to the personal property of this type of goods, specifically in regard to possession, right of usufruct and modes of acquiring ownership, as usucapio, occupatio, specificatio and some cases of accessio affecting movables goods: textura and tinctura.   

 

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Publicado

30/01/2018

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Mora, F. J. C. (2018). Iuris civilis notae ad vestem seu textile pertinentes: Notes on Dress in Roman Property Law. Revista Diálogos Mediterrânicos, (13), 21–35. https://doi.org/10.24858/287