The author examines the emergence of the conceptual apparatus and terminology for determining the persons evolved in relations regulated by the Ancient Rome law. A direct correlation between the individual will of a person and his possession of subjective rights is revealed. The author indicates various statuses of the legal capacity of individuals as participants of the private-law relations in Ancient Rome. He asserts that, in the private law of Ancient Rome, there were no other subjects of law except individuals.
|Título traducido de la contribución||The basis of the formation of the conceptual apparatus and terminology for determining the participants of legal relations in Ancient Rome|
|Publicación||Российский юридический журнал|
|Estado||Published - 2019|
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