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Imperium de las sentencias judiciales en Roma y en la actualidad. (Spanish)

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    • Alternate Title:
      Imperium of judgements in Rome and in present time. (English)
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    • Abstract:
      The trial structure, the functions of the judge, the binding effect of judicial decisions and their foundations in the imperium and the iurisdictio have been arguments in the working interest of Roman law tradition and the science of procedural law; this contribution reviews the effects of the sentence in the structure of Roman civil procedure, the functions of the judge and the origin of the appeal, and then compare the analysis with an overview of the effects of legal proceedings and decisions in Argentina's procedural law. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
    • Abstract:
      El proceso, su estructura, las funciones del juez, la fuerza de las decisiones judiciales y su fundamento en el imperium y en la iurisdictio, han sido argumentos del mayor interés en las elaboraciones jurídicas, tanto de la romanística como de la ciencia del derecho procesal; la autora revisa los efectos de la sentencia a la luz de la estructura del sistema procesal romano, las funciones del juez y el origen de la apelación, para luego confrontar el análisis con una mirada general a los efectos de la actuación judicial y de las decisiones judiciales en la legislación argentina. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
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