The Coutumes de Beauvaisis of Philippe de Beaumanoir

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The Coutumes de Beauvaisis of Philippe de Beaumanoir

Translated by F. R. P. Akehurst

University of Pennsylvania Press

Philadelphia

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The Coutumes de Beauvaisis of Philippe de Beaumanoir
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Abbreviations xi
  • Prologue. 3
  • 1. Judges 14
  • 2. Summonses 33
  • 3. Permissible Delays 47
  • 4. Attorneys 57
  • 5. Advocates 69
  • 6. Complaints 76
  • 7. Answers 92
  • 8. Latecomers 103
  • 9. Inspections 106
  • 10. Superior Jurisdiction 112
  • II - Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction 118
  • 12. Wills 133
  • 13. Dower 155
  • 14. Inherited Real Property 165
  • 15. Custodianship 180
  • 16. Minors 194
  • 17. Tutors 201
  • 18 - Illegitimacy 204
  • 19. Consanguinity 216
  • 20.Good-Faith Holders 219
  • 21. Partnerships 223
  • 22.Corporations 237
  • 23. Property 244
  • 24. Customs 249
  • 26. Measurements 273
  • 27. Prices 279
  • 28. Horses 288
  • 29. Services 291
  • 30. Offenses 302
  • 31. Larceny 334
  • 32. Novel Disseisin 340
  • 33. Fraud 351
  • 34. Contracts 355
  • 35. Writings 381
  • 36. Safekeeping 395
  • 37. Loans 400
  • 38. Rentals 405
  • 39. Proofs 418
  • 40. Auditors 443
  • 41. Arbitrators 458
  • 42. Liquidated Damages 470
  • 43. Sureties 474
  • 44. Redemption 486
  • 45. Avowals 506
  • 46. Religious Houses 525
  • 47. Subinfeudation 530
  • 48. Freehold 536
  • 49. Necessity 540
  • 50. Communes 543
  • 51. Seizures 551
  • 52. Trespass 560
  • 53 Reclamation 571
  • 54. Creditors' Remedies 1 576
  • 55.Creditors' Remedies II 585
  • 56.Incompetents 589
  • 57. Marital Maintenance 593
  • 58. Jurisdiction 599
  • 59. Private War 610
  • 60. Truces 619
  • 61.Appeals 627
  • 62. Default of Judgment 652
  • 63 - Defenses 659
  • 64. Judicial Battles 670
  • 65. Jurors' Delays 677
  • 66. Recusal 684
  • 67. Judgment 689
  • 68. Usury 704
  • 69. Misadventure 710
  • 70. Unenforceable Gifts 720
  • Conclusion 725
  • Glossary of Selected Terms Used in the Translation, with Their Old French Equivalent(s). 727
  • Index 735
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