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AbstractThe resumption of academic life at the Law Faculty of Goettingen University 1945–1949. Full professors at German law faculties after World War II have been the subject of extensive research. But little is known about other academic staff, the students or the way the rules of their...
AbstractInterpretatio triplex? Germanists and Romanists facing Savigny. This short piece was stimulated by some critical remarks of Kenichi Moriya to my interpretation of Savigny’s “Besitz”. The criticism helped me to shape my arguments on Savigny and to reflect my approach to pandectist studies...
AbstractSaxon-Magdeburg Law in the manuscripts from the Seminar Library in Kielce, Shelfmark RK 35/28. In medieval cities and towns which had been founded on Magdeburg law in the Kingdom of Poland, Magdeburg Weichbild and the Speculum Saxonum belonged to the most important sources of law. One of...
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