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Title: Una reflexión sobre la impronta romana del 'beneficio de separación de patrimonios' en el Código Civil catalán
Author: Domínguez Tristán, Paula
Keywords: Dret de successions (Dret romà)
Dret de successions
Inheritance and succession (Roman law)
Law of succession
Issue Date: 2011
Publisher: Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha
Abstract: The roman institution of the separatio bonorum is a pretorian remedy that relies on the principle of equity, created as to protect the deceased creditors and/or legatees. It provides them a"benefit" in the case of selling the goods of the heir-deubtor, enabling them to separate and reserve for themselves that whole patrimonium, as to avoid that by the act of selling, the heirs creditors could go to it; and like this they maintain intact their guarantee, which relies on the whole goods and assets left by the deceased. The separation of patrimonies implied the existence of 2 different groups of goods: that of the heirs" and that one of the deceased, which are not the same in legal terms, in spite of having a common owner at this point, the heir. This institution was regulated in the 6th title of the 42nd book of the Digesto, and in the 72th title, 7th book of the Justinean Code, and its interest is really high due to its material complexity and its procedure. The aim of this work is to analyze the institution of the separatio bonorum in Roman Law, and its importance in the same figure, actually regulated in the 4th book of the Catalan civil code.
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It is part of: RIDROM. Revista Internacional de Derecho Romano, 2011, num. 7, p. 199-280
ISSN: 1989-1970
Appears in Collections:Articles publicats en revistes (Història del Dret, Dret Romà i Dret Eclesiàstic de l'Estat)

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