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Оригинарни начини стицања својине у средњовековном српском праву
Originatory Acquisitions of Property in Serbian Mediaeval Law

Author(s): Srđan Šarkić
Subject(s): History of Law, 13th to 14th Centuries
Published by: Vizantološki institut SANU
Summary/Abstract: Acquisition is the act of becoming the owner of a certain property. It could be original and derivative. Original acquisition is that by which a man secures a property in a thing which is not at the time he acquires it, and in its then existing condition, the property of any other individual. In Serbian medieval law it may result from capturing things from the enemy (booty), finding a thing, occupancy, accession and long use (lapse of time, usucapio).

  • Page Range: 417-424
  • Page Count: 8
  • Publication Year: 2012
  • Language: Serbian