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      Theophilus and the "incorporeal" heir

      Fundamina

      Southern African Society of Legal Historians and Unisa Press

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          In his paraphrase of Inst. 2,16 pr. Theophilus explains pupillaris substitutio and the phenomenon of the heres who is heir in name only. He describes the latter as τό άσώµατον όνοµα της κληρονοµίας, an expression that seems to be unique to him and does not draw on comparable Latin terminology.

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                Fundamina
                Fundamina (Pretoria)
                Southern African Society of Legal Historians and Unisa Press (Pretoria )
                2411-7870
                2014
                : 20
                : 2
                : 891-897
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                S1021-545X2014000200037
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                History Of Social Sciences
                Law

                General law, General history

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