specificatio

specificatio

in the law of Scotland, following Roman law, the doctrine whereby the creator of a new thing takes property in it if the materials are incapable of separation as a result of the creation. The painter owns the cloth on which he paints, contrary to the doctrine of accessio . A sculptor would not own the rock he sculpted unless this was considered a new species - a work of art instead of a rock. There is a personal claim by the owner against the creator for the price of the materials. The doctrine does not apply if the worker steals the materials.
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90) On the highly practical use of philosophy by the Romans in the area of specificatio, a form of accession, in which schools of thoughts differed in terms of how to conceive of the persistence of a thing over time, see J.
See generally Arnold, supra note 121 (distinguishing among specificatio, accessio, and confusio).
There was even the legal concept of specificatio which conferred rights of property under certain conditions to those who transformed raw materials into a nova species by their own labour (Gaius 1904: 167).
What is the position, though, if a physical reproduction of the work by accessio becomes part of a principal thing so that the thing thus made is not a reproduction, publication or adaptation of the work but a different thing altogether and what if such a physical reproduction of the work together with other physical things by specificatio becomes a new thing or article?
For example, IBSCO consults with Anspach on to develop bearing specificatio ns for specific applications, and then provides those bearings along with customized lubrication on an as-needed basis.
aspx (PDF) and XML Paper Specificatio n (XPS) file formats helps ensure broader distribution of your documents with others.
Numerosos neologismos escolasticos tiveram uma fortuna duravel, por exemplo, os termos abstratos prioritas e superioritas derivados de prior e superior, os verbos do tipo organizare e specificare, com os substantivos correspondentes organizatio e specificatio, uma grande quantidade de substantivos em -alitas derivados de adjetivos em -alis, como actualitas, causalitas, formalitas, in dividualitas, potencialitas, proportionalitas, realitas, spiritualitas, substantivos em -ista como artista, iurista, decretista, occamista, thomista, scotista, platonista, latinista, humanista.
He finds the origins of this reconciliation in the distinction that Thomas drew between exercitium and specificatio in the De malo and the prima secundae.
Est autem considerandum, quod in rebus naturalibus specificatio quidem actus est ex forma; ipsum autem exercitium est ab agente, quod causat ipsam motionem.
One difference is that we find m1 and y to be cointegrated, and we therefore include an error correction term in the specificatio n.
Contract awarded for laser pre-mixed gas of specificatio

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