Family, Commerce, and the Sea [electronic resource] : The Worlds of Women and Merchants (Partidas IV and V) / edited by Robert I. Burns, S.J..

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De Gruyter Online.
Philadelphia, Pa. : University of Pennsylvania Press, [2001]
Las Siete Partidas; Volume 4.
The Middle Ages Series
Las Siete Partidas; Volume 4
1 online resource (344 pages) : illustrations.
Commercial law -- Spain -- Sources.
Domestic relations -- Spain -- Sources.
HISTORY -- Medieval.
Law, Medieval.
In English.
Robert I. Burns, S.J., is a senior professor of history at the University of California, Los Angeles, and Director of the Institute of Medieval Mediterranean Spain in Playa del Rey, California.
A major thirteenth-century Spanish law code whose tenets can still be found in the state laws of California, Texas, and Louisiana.
Introduction to the Fourth Partida
Introduction to the Fifth Partida
Analytical Table of Contents
Here Begins the Fourth Partida which Treats of Betrothals and Marriages
Title I. Concerning Betrothals
Title II. Which Treats of Marriages
TITLE III. Concerning Betrothals and Marriages Which Take Place in Secret
TITLE IV. Concerning the Conditions Imposed by Men in Betrothals and Marriages
TITLE V. Concerning the Marriages of Slaves
TITLE VI. Concerning Relationship and Affinity, Through Which Impediments to Marriage Arise
TITLE VII. Concerning the Offices of Godfather, and of Father by Adoption, Through Which Impediments to Marriage Arise
TITLE VIII. Concerning Men Who Cannot Cohabit With Women, or the Latter With Them, on Account of Impediments Which Exist in Them
TITLE IX. Concerning Accusations Made to Prevent or Annul Marriage
LAW XII. What a Petition Is, How It Should Be Drawn When a Person Simply Impugns a Marriage for the Purpose of Having it Annulled on Account of Adultery
TITLE X. Concerning the Annulment of Marriages
TITLE XI. Concerning Dowries, Donations, and Marriage Gifts
TITLE XII. Concerning Those Who Marry Again, After the Dissolution of the First Marriage
Title XIII. Concerning Legimate Children
TITLE XIV. Concerning Other Women Whom Men Keep, and to Whom They Are Not Married
TITLE XV. Concerning Children Who Are Not Legitimate
TITLE XVI. Concerning Adopted Children
TITLE XVII. Concerning the Authority, of Every Description Whatever, Which Fathers Have Over Their Children
TITLE XVIII The Reasons Why Parents May Be Deprived of the Authority Which They Have Over Their Children
TITLE XIX. How Parents Should Bring a p Their Children, and How Children Should Have Consideration for Their Parents Whenever It Is Necessary
TITLE XX. Concerning Persons Whom a Man Brings Up in His House Though They Are Not His Children
TITLE XXI. Concerning Slaves
TITLE XXII. Concerning Liberty
TITLE XXIII. Concerning the Status of Man
TITLE XXIV. Concerning the Obligation Existing Between Men and Their Lords by Reason of Natural Relationship
TITLE XXVI. Concerning Fiefs
TITLE XXVII. Concerning the Mutual Obligation Existing Between Men, by Reason of Friendship
TITLE I. Which Treats of Loans
TITLE II. Concerning the Loan Called in Latin Commodatum
TITLE III. Concerning Deposits, Called, in Latin, Depositum
TITLE IV. Concerning Gifts
TITLE V. Concerning Purchases and Sales
TITLE VI. Concerning Exchanges Made by Men with One Another and What an Exchange Is
TITLE VII. Concerning Merchants, Fairs, and Markets, and the Taxes and Tolls Which Must Be Paid on Account of Them
TITLE VIII. Concerning Wages and Rents
TITLE IX. Concerning Ships and the Salvage of the Same
TITLE X. Concerning Partnerships Made by Merchants and Other Men with One Another for the Purpose of More Easily Securing Profit by Uniting Their Capital
TITLE XI. Concerning Promises and Agreements Made by Men With One Another, With a View to the Performance of Certain Acts, or to Observe and Comply With Certain Matters
TITLE XII. Concerning Suretyship Which Men Give One Another in Order That the Promises and Other Contracts and Agreements Which They Enter Into May Be Better Fulfilled
TITLE XIV. Concerning Payments and Releases Called, in Latin, Compensatio, and Debts Paid to Those to Whom They Are Not Owing
TITLE XV. How Debtors Can Surrender Their Property When They Are Unable to Pay What They Owe, and How Transfers Maliciously Made by Debtors of Their Property Can Be Set Aside.
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Burns, S.J., Robert I., editor.
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