El mercado y sus proyecciones en la propiedad en Roma Arcaica

Ownership, as a right, has an abstract character, for it can be exercised over a vast set of assets, at least over all corporal goods. It puts under the same transaction rules a large set of assets, without regard to whether they are capital or products, putting them all under the same circulation r...

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Main Author: Amunátegui Perelló, Carlos Felipe
Format: Article
Language:Spanish
Published: 2015
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Online Access:https://dialnet.unirioja.es/servlet/oaiart?codigo=5502553
Source:Revista chilena de derecho, ISSN 0716-0747, Vol. 42, Nº. 3, 2015, pags. 967-974
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Summary: Ownership, as a right, has an abstract character, for it can be exercised over a vast set of assets, at least over all corporal goods. It puts under the same transaction rules a large set of assets, without regard to whether they are capital or products, putting them all under the same circulation rules. This feature, sometimes neglected by legal scholars when analyzing ownership, makes possible the development of a market economy and therefore has a large socio-economic importance. It was developed in Rome during the transformation of its economy into a market one during the 2nd century BC and was inherited by Modern world