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Een negentiende-eeuws Gents collegedictaat over het ius publicum Belgicum

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This contribution deals with a manuscript, containing lecture notes made in 1827–1828 by a Ghent student named Callenfels and relating to the lectures on ius publicum universale et Belgicum, given by Jacob Joseph Haus (1796–1881), professor of jurisprudence at Ghent University and native of Würzburg. As the course programme of the law faculties in the southern provinces required courses in natural law as well as in ius publicum and ius gentium, the assumption has been put forward these lectures would be restricted to the ius publicum universale such as lectured in many German law faculties in the 18th century. On further examination of the manuscript under consideration this presumption proves to be wrong. After the first 13 sections, which refer in fact to the ius publicum naturale in an enlightened sense, the remaining 253 sections outline the then positive constitutional law of the Netherlands, mainly on the basis of the Dutch written constitution of 1815.

Affiliations: 1: Alphen, N.Br.


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