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LA RECEPCIÓN DEL PRINCIPIO SPOLIATUS ANTE OMNIA RESTITUENDUS EN EL DERECHO FORAL HISTÓRICO VALENCIANO. (Italian)

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    • Alternate Title:
      The reception of the spoliatus before omnia restituendus principle in the foral valencian historical law. (English)
    • Abstract:
      The concept of possession, its legal regime and its forms of protection in the Valencian Historical Foral Law, specifically in the texts of the Furs de València, offer one of the clearest examples of the reception of ideas and forms of Roman Law reinterpreted by the work of the jurists of the ius commune, especially, in this case, due to the expansion of the concept of possessio and its defense, operated by medieval canon law informed by the principle spoliatus ante omnia restituendus that, since its application to ecclesiastical offices and benefits, to manorial rights as a jurisdictional power, even also to rights that today we would qualify as real charges, and also to the rights of the spouse over the matrimonial community, it extends its influence to the summary protection of the simple possession of a thing in favor of who has been plundered. In particular, it will be analyzed how the so-called Canon Redintegranda of the Decretum Gratiani, as well as the Decretals of Gregory IX, in particular, title XIII of book II whose rubric reads De restitutione expoliaturum, are integrated into the texts of the Furs de València for the summary protection of possession. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
    • Abstract:
      El concepto de posesión, su régimen jurídico y sus formas de protección en el Derecho foral histórico valenciano, concretamente en los textos de los Furs de València, ofrecen uno de los ejemplos más claros de la recepción de ideas y formas del Derecho romano reinterpretadas por la labor de los juristas del ius commune, sobre todo, en este caso, por la ampliación del concepto de possessio y de su defensa, operada por el Derecho canónico medieval e informado por el principio spoliatus ante omnia restituendus que, desde su aplicación a oficios y beneficios eclesiásticos, a derechos señoriales como poder jurisdiccional, incluso también a derechos que hoy calificaríamos de cargas reales, y también a los derechos del cónyuge sobre la comunidad matrimonial, se extiende a la tutela sumaria de la simple posesión de una cosa a favor de quien ha sido expoliado. En particular, se analizará cómo el denominado canon Redintegrada del Dereto de Graciano, así como las Decretales de Gregorio IX, en particular, el título XIII del libro II cuya rúbrica reza De restitutione expoliatorum, se integran en los textos de los Furs de València a los efectos de la protección sumaria de la posesión. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
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