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Conclusiones Practicabiles Secundum Ordinem Constitutionum. Matthias Berlich.
Conclusiones Practicabiles Secundum Ordinem Constitutionum....
Conclusiones Practicabiles Secundum Ordinem Constitutionum....
Conclusiones Practicabiles Secundum Ordinem Constitutionum....
Conclusiones Practicabiles Secundum Ordinem Constitutionum....

Conclusiones Practicabiles Secundum Ordinem Constitutionum....

A Landmark in the Development of German Law Berlich, Matthias [1586-1638]. Schwendendorffer, Bartholomaus Leonhard [1631-1705], Editor. Conclusiones Practicabiles Secundum Ordinem Constitutionum Augusti Saxoniae Electoris, Discussae, Omnibus In Academiis, Camera Imperiali, Aliisque Judiciis, Inprimis Vero in Foro Saxonico Versantibus, Utilissimae & Summe Necessariae, Judicialia Continentes, Vereque & Solide Juris Communis & Saxonicici, & Utriusque Processus, Differentia Demonstrantes. Nova Editio Multis Supremi Appellationum Judicii Dresdensis, Judiciorum Curialium, Facultatum Juridicarum, Scabinatuum & Aliorum Judiciorum Decretis, Responsis, & Observationibus fori Quotidianis Plurimum Aucta & Locupletata. Cum Privilegio Seren. & Potent. Electoris Saxonicae. Leipzig: Sumtibus Johannis Grosii Viduae & Haeredum, 1693. [xxiv], 600; 450; 340; 218; [2], 187, [121] pp. Five parts (and index), each with divisional or drop-head title and individual pagination. Without the 18 pp. "Conclusiones Notae & Observationes" found in some copies. Main title page preceded by copperplate allegorical title page. Main text in parallel columns. Folio (13-1/2" x 8-1/4"). Contemporary vellum, blind frames and large central arabesques to boards, raised bands, calf lettering piece and fragment of paper label to spine. Light soiling, spine ends and corners bumped, vellum partially cracked through pastedowns. Main title page printed in red and black. Moderate toning and light foxing to text, faint dampstaining in a few places, light edgewear to preliminaries and final few leaves. $2,500. * Later edition. Along with Carpzov, Berlich refined Saxon law, systematized it and made it a model for the legal systems of the northern and central German states. Saxon law would later be an important influence on the German Civil Code (enacted 1900). The five-part Conclusiones Practicabiles is Berlich's main contribution to the development of Saxon law. First published in 1614, this comprehensive restatement went through several issues and editions into the eighteenth century. Das Verzeichnis der im Deutschen Sprachraum Erschienenen Drucke des 17. Jahrhunderts 23:677533T.

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