The Formation of the Legal Facts Theory in the Context of the Development of Legal Science
Problems of Law
Hanna Shafalovich
Belarus State Economic University
Published 2021-12-08
https://doi.org/10.15388/Teise.2021.121.10
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Keywords

legal facts theory
Roman jurisprudence
Roman law studies
historical and theoretical approach
institutional approach

How to Cite

Shafalovich H. (2021) “The Formation of the Legal Facts Theory in the Context of the Development of Legal Science”, Teisė, 121, pp. 158-165. doi: 10.15388/Teise.2021.121.10.

Abstract

This article reveals misconceptions in the study of the theory of legal facts in Roman law studies . The use of an institutional approach in Roman law studies led to the conclusion that there are no elements of the legal facts theory in Roman jurisprudence. Using a historical and theoretical approach, the author concluded that there was a developed system of legal facts in Ancient Rome and a system of logical and stable concepts of the legal facts theory formed at the level of the concept, which was accepted and developed by the subsequent legal science.

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