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oa Codicillus - Transfer of ownership : traditionalism or consensualism?

 

Abstract

Ngabe ubunini butholwa nini? Ngabe ukuvuma kwalabo abathintekayo kwenele yini ukwedlulisela ubunini uma bengena esivumelwaneni senkontileka yokuthengiselana, ukwenza isibonelo? Uma kunezinye izidingo njengesenzo esihamba ngasodwa sokuletha okuthile (inkambiso esiyejwayelekile ngokosiko), ngabe yiziphi ezinye izinhlobo ezahlukene zokulethwa kwezinto ngokusemthethweni (traditio)? Umbhali ubheka imfundiso yomthetho wamaRoma, imfundiso yezomthetho yesikhathi sakudaladala, amaThiyori oMthetho weMvelo kanye nomehluko okhona phakathi kokuhlelwa kwemithetho yaseYurophu ehambisana ngokuba ngevele sikhathi sinye, mayelana nokwedluliselwa kobunini.

When is ownership acquired by the transferee? Is consent of the parties sufficient to transfer ownership when they enter into, for example, a contract of sale? If there are further requirements such as a separate act of delivery (this can be referred to as &lt;I&gt;traditio&lt;/I&gt; or <I>tradition</I>, and to the system as <I>traditionalism</I>), which different kinds of &lt;I&gt;traditio&lt;/I&gt; are there? The author considers Roman law doctrine, medieval legal doctrine, natural law theories and the differences that exist among several contemporary European codifications in respect of the transfer of ownership.

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2004-01-01
2016-12-09
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