Buckland's magisterial work of 1908 surveys in detail the principles of the Roman law regarding slavery.... us4 that if a dotal slave steals from the husband, the wife is liable to compensate, with a right, if she did not know his quality, to surrender the slave. ... 2. 1. 6. 2 23. 3. 75 ; 24. 3. 24. 5, cdienos. See Windscheid, op. cit. As 496. 3. 8 25. 2 . 24. She has no such right, C. 3. 32. ... His liability for this wrongful conduct is not affected by the rule that he need shew in relation to res dotales only diligentia quam suis.
|Title||:||The Roman Law of Slavery|
|Author||:||William Warwick Buckland|
|Publisher||:||Cambridge University Press - 2010-06-24|