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Full Access The reception of Justinian's legislation on the Edict unde vir et uxor in the reformed statutes of certain provinces of the (northern) Netherlands in the 17th century

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The reception of Justinian's legislation on the Edict unde vir et uxor in the reformed statutes of certain provinces of the (northern) Netherlands in the 17th century

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Roman law has always had a moderate influence on Dutch customary law. The reception of Roman law can be found mainly in the Dutch provinces of Holland, Zeeland, Utrecht, and most of all in Friesland. This was manifested inter alia by the reception of canonic testamentary law and Justinianic intestate succession law into the reformed statutes of certain provinces and cities in the Early modern period. In some cases even a reception of the Edict unde vir et uxor can be found, e.g. in the Dutch provinces of Groningen (1601, 1618), Drenthe (1712) and in the northern part of Limburg (upper Guelders, 1620). But generally speaking this Edict's claim to fame is limited to a select group of renowned 17th century Dutch jurists, who mentioned it in their scholarly works.

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2012-03-01
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