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Re contrahere y credere en el pensamiento de Paulo. (Spanish)

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    • Alternate Title:
      Re contrahere and credere in the Taught of Paulus. (English)
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    • Abstract:
      The purpose of this article is to offer an interpretation of D. 2.14.17 pr. (Paul. 3 ad ed.), a fragment in which the Roman jurist Paulus explains the structure of the re contrahere from the perspective of its actionability through the condictio, implicitly identifying it with the mutui datio, the paradigm of credere in classical Roman law. In this sense, the fragment represents an argument for the idea that classical jurisprudence limited the obligatio re contracta, basis of the modern concept of real contract, to the consumer loan, excluding the gratuitous loan, the deposit and the pledge. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
    • Abstract:
      En el presente artículo se busca ofrecer una interpretación de D. 2.14.17 pr. (Paul. 3 ad ed.), fragmento en el cual el jurista Paulo explica la estructura del re contrahere desde la perspectiva de su accionabilidad por medio de la condictio, identificándolo implícitamente con la mutui datio y, en virtud de ello, con la figura paradigmática de credere en el derecho romano clásico. De esta manera, el fragmento constituye un argumento a favor de la tesis de que la jurisprudencia clásica limitó la obligatio re contracta, base de la moderna noción de contrato real, al mutuo, excluyendo el comodato, el depósito y la prenda. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
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