The author proposes a new interpretation of the well-known Ulpian’s and Pedius’ words contained in D. 2.14.1.3, which is based on the idea that ‘conventio’, despite its common assumption as equivalent of ‘consensus’ (in the abstract sense of subjective element of a contract), rather alludes to the content of the ‘consensus’ as the objective result of a coinciding perception and will (‘in idem sentire’) between the contracting parties.

FALCONE, G. (2019). Riflessioni sulla conventio in D. 2.14.1.3. ANNALI DEL SEMINARIO GIURIDICO, 62, 195-218.

Riflessioni sulla conventio in D. 2.14.1.3

FALCONE, G
2019-01-01

Abstract

The author proposes a new interpretation of the well-known Ulpian’s and Pedius’ words contained in D. 2.14.1.3, which is based on the idea that ‘conventio’, despite its common assumption as equivalent of ‘consensus’ (in the abstract sense of subjective element of a contract), rather alludes to the content of the ‘consensus’ as the objective result of a coinciding perception and will (‘in idem sentire’) between the contracting parties.
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FALCONE, G. (2019). Riflessioni sulla conventio in D. 2.14.1.3. ANNALI DEL SEMINARIO GIURIDICO, 62, 195-218.
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