vindicatio

See: assertion

vindicatio

in Roman law, the action for enforcement of the right of ownership in a thing (including land), strictly only brought against another claiming full ownership as opposed to a possessor. In Scots law the term is often used in a loose sense to mean an enforcement of the right of ownership by recovering possession.
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En conclusion, l'auteur indique que certaines dispositions de l' edictum provinciale, et notamment celles concernant la notion d' hereditas restitua ou le mode et les limites de la restitutio dans la rei vindicatio, ont pu faire l'objet de modifications.
54) It is an equivalent to the actio vindicatio in the Roman law of property, and clearly falls within the ambit of the law of property.
One scrawl found in a corridor, a red palm leaf symbolizing victory, was drawn next to the letters "Vind"--short for vindicatio, or vengeance.
3) En este sentido se advierte la presencia del oportere en la actio publiciana, en la rei vindicatio ejercida por el bonorum possessor, en los juicios divisorios y en la actio furti nec manifesti, en cuyas formulas el termino presenta un significado tecnico preciso, mientras que en las formulas in personam fundadas en el ius civile no tiene tal significado.
Vindicatio Dei: Evil as a Result of God's Free Choice of the Best.
Em principio, o anterior proprietario nao carecia, nesta hipotese, de tutela especial, ja que dispunha da protecao da propriedade, designadamente da rei vindicatio.
Assim, afirmo que o poder e as instituicoes politicas da Europa e suas colonias entre os seculos XV e XVIII combinaram, com singular coerencia e funcionalidade, (1) formas especificas de despersonificacao das instituicoes, (2) a afirmacao da vindicatio como prerrogativa exclusiva de um poder soberano estavel e (3) os dispositivos patrimonialistas de poder.
Not only is the vindicatio employed, property rights are also protected obliquely through the law of wrongs and possibly even the law of unjust enrichment.
It tracks very closely the Roman law idea of the in rei vindicatio, which provided an owner with the ability to have his dominium over a resource declared by a court of law.
Senecan or Stoic justice, Nolan explains (266, 264), has multiple elements including clementia or misericordia (figured as Theseus' sympathy for the widows) and severitas or vindicatio (figured as Thesefus' just anger and war against Creon).
For clearly when a person seeks vindicatio in conformity with the proper order of justice, this is virtuous, for example when he seeks the correction of sin without violation of the order of law, and this is to be angry against sin; on the other hand when a person inordinately seeks vindicatio it is a sin, either because he seeks vindicatio contrary to the order of the law or because he seeks vindicatio with the intention of banishing the sinner rather than abolishing the sin, and this is to be angry against a brother.
La vindicatio (actio de apoderamiento de cosas), y la manus