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Aequi

 

an ancient Italian tribe, evidently of Osean descent. In the middle of the first millennium B.C. the Aequi settled in the Aniene Valley. From the early fifth century B.C., along with the Sabines, Volscians, and Hernicians, they waged a bitter struggle with the Romans, who finally subjugated the Aequi in 304 B.C.

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Voir aussi Limpens, Kruithof et Meinertzhagen, supra note 6 au para 2-83; Zweigert et Kotz, supra note 6 aux pp 605-15; David Howarth, << The General Conditions of Unlawfulness >> dans Arthur S Hartkamp et al, dir, Towards a European Civil Code, 4e ed, Alphen aan den Rijn (Pays-Bas), Nijmegen (Pays-Bas); Kluwer Law International, Lars Aequi Libri, 2011, 845 aux pp 845-46; van Dam, supra note 6 aux pp 142-43.
Hoge Raad, 12 May 2000, NT 2001, 300, Aansprakelijkheid en Verzekering, 2000, 106-107, with case note by Tom Hartlief, Aansprakelijkheid met terugwerkende kracht, Ars Aequi 2005, Vol.
htm; and Alessandra Arcuri, "The Law of Catastrophic Risks: When the Impossible May Erupt into the Possible," Ars Aequi 55 (2006), pp.
maximus and Aequi Pecten opercularis from Ria de Arousa (Galicia, Spain) (Pazos et al.
Et certe eo in libro quibusdam in locis repraenditur Plinius, cum tamen nullo negocio possit defendi si quis rem non accusatoris animo sed aequi iudicis religione perpendat.
Pallottino Richardson (all-purpose) (subjects) Barker/Rasmussen Aborigines Aborigines Abruzzo l'Accessa, Lake Aequi Achilles Acerra Agrimensores Acqua-Acetosa Achaea Alphabet Acquarossa (13 refs) Acqua Rossa (supp) Appeninic peoples Adonis Adige Architecture Adria Adria (1 column) Aegean Adriatic Arx Aelian Aegean Augury aes rude (see coins) Aegean Aurini afterlife Aegeo-Asianic ling.
Sa premiere loi d'application generale reconnaissant la fiducie (private trusts) remonte a 1938, laquelle a ete remplacee par un Trust Code en 1964 : voir AN Yiannopoulos, << Trust and the Civil Law: The Louisiana Experience >> dans Trusts in Mixed Legal Systems, JM Milo et JM Smits, dir, Nijmegen (Pays-Bas), Ars Aequi Libri, 2001, 55 a la p 67.
Boethius, 1962,97, and, for Latin, 1984, 103-04: "Sedet interea conditor altus / Rerumque regens flectit habenas / Rex et dominus, fons et origo, / Lex et sapiens arbiter aequi.
39) Voir John E C Brierley, << Regards sur le droit des biens dans le nouveau Code civil du Quebec>> (1995) 47:1 RIDC 33 au para 17 [Brierley, << Regards>>]; Madeleine Cantin Cumyn, << The Quebec Trust: A Civilian Institution with English Law Roots >> dans John Michael Milo et Jan M Smits, Trusts in Mixed Legal System, Ars Aequi Libri, Nijmegen, 2001, 73 a la p 80.
Trusts in Mixed Legal Systems (Nijmegen: Ars Aequi Libri, 2001) 73 at 74-76; John E.
Trusts in Mixed Legal Systems (Nijmegen, Netherlands: Ars Aequi Libri, 2001).
de Kluiver, <<Het juridisch onderwijs in ontwikkeling : doelstelling, opzet en rendement van de European Law School>> (2000) 49 Ars Aequi 850.