Civil Procedure in Classical Rome: Having an audience with the magistrate

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Metzger, E.;
(2010)
  • Publisher: Brill
  • Subject: DE | K1

During the classical period of Roman law, civil lawsuits were divided into two proceedings: a brief proceeding before the magistrate, who decided certain preliminary matters, and a longer proceeding before a judge, who tried the case. The first proceeding is said to tak... View more
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