The Roman partnership is not based on management but on contributed goods and the analysis presented shows that the idea of the Roman contract of societas is embedded in Civil Law and in the discipline of civil obligations. Medieval annotators were prevented from giving shape to an independent commercial law because of Roman jurists' linearity of construction, but forced the nature of Roman juridical relation.

The Nature of Partnership in Roman Law

RANDAZZO, SALVATORE
2005

Abstract

The Roman partnership is not based on management but on contributed goods and the analysis presented shows that the idea of the Roman contract of societas is embedded in Civil Law and in the discipline of civil obligations. Medieval annotators were prevented from giving shape to an independent commercial law because of Roman jurists' linearity of construction, but forced the nature of Roman juridical relation.
partnership; roman law; commercial law
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