The Property in Roman Law

By: Anavitarte, E. J.*

Property is the legal institution that founded all the civil law of things in the Roman world, being the broadest and most absolute power that could be had over something.

However, the Romans ─profoundly casuistic─, do not provide us with an abstract and clear concept of the meaning of the domain , but different rights inherent to the state of property, through which we understand it.

These characteristics at a general level would be (a) the right to use the thing, (b) the right to appropriate the fruits of the thing, and (c) the right to dispose of it, with no other limitations than those imposed by it. you read them

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