The Future of Roman Legacy: A Reconstruction for Current Administrative Law

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Autor:
Carbajales, Mariano - Laise, Luciano D.
URI:
http://repositoriodigital.uct.cl/handle/10925/4423
Datos de publicación:
REVISTA DE LA FACULTAD DE DERECHO,Vol.,,2021
Temas:
Public Law - Constitution - Public interest - Exorbitance - Public Attributions - Treasury
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Resumen:
The history of administrative law has a starting point, usually located in the French dogmatics of the 19th century. However, the contribution of Roman law to public law Pin general- and to administrative law -in particular- is rarely examined in detail, either by administrative law specialists or by Romanists. For this reason, through this article, we intend to investigate the Roman sources of some of the most fundamental and some of the most critical legal institutes of current Administrative Law, such as public powers, public order, the power of empire, the principle of exorbitance or the concept of Treasury, to unfold our understanding regarding the actual historical roots of our current public law -and the administrative law, mainly -.

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