The Elements of Jurisprudence by Thomas Erskine HollandThe Elements of Jurisprudence by Thomas Erskine Holland

The Elements of Jurisprudence

byThomas Erskine Holland

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1880 edition. Excerpt: ...or the 'remainder-man,' follow from the nature of the case. They may vary in detail under different systems of law, but the object of all systems is to give to the person who has the immediate interest in the property such advantages from it as are not inconsistent with the interests of the person who will be entitled to it ultimately. Acts which are injurious to such expectant interests are sometimes described in English law as ' waste.' A usufruct in Roman law was a life-interest. In modern law it may be granted for a less period. Roman law did not allow it to be granted to a corporation for more than a hundred years, a period which is reduced in the French Code to thirty1. Fruits. The usufructuary is entitled to the ' fruits ' of the property; whether ' natural,' as brushwood and the young of animals, 'industrial,' as crops and vintages, or 'civil,' as rent of land and interest of money. He has, in general, to exercise the right ' en bon pere de famille.' The right may be left by will or granted inter vivos. It is sometimes implied by law. So in France parents have the usufruct of the property of their children till they attain the age of eighteen 2. It may be let or alienated. It comes to an end with the death of the usufructuary, or other termination of the period for which it was granted, with the destruction of the property over which it is enjoyable, with a ' consolidatio' of the title of the proprietor with that of the usufructuary. It may also be forfeited by wrongful user, or by non-user. Keallasten. Certain rights known to German law as ' Reallasten' resemble servitudes, because they impose a duty upon a given piece of land. They are not servitudes because the duty consists ' in faciendo.' A' Reajlast' is defined as ' a duty attached...
Title:The Elements of JurisprudenceFormat:PaperbackDimensions:96 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.2 inPublished:July 9, 2012Publisher:General Books LLCLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0217347509

ISBN - 13:9780217347501

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