INFAMIA: ITS PLACE IN ROMAN PUBLIC AND PRIVATE LAW
Item #: 6336
Published: Getzville; William S. Hein & Co., Inc.; 2002.
Subjects: LEGAL HISTORY, PUBLIC LAW & POLICY, ROMAN LAW
Greenidge's work explores the concept of infamia as itrelated to the disqualification of rights in public,criminal, and private law. Two types of infamia areexamined: "censorian infamia" - which had often been dealtwith by writers on constitutional law, and "justinianinfamia" - which had been somewhat exclusive to writers onprivate law. This prominent book is a valuable addition toany library's public law & policy, Roman law, or legalhistory collections.
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