course of time both actions became known as “the” aedilitian remedies and were routinely available. See id. at By restitution, in this. Remedies The aedilitian remedies are the actio redhibitoria and the action quanti minoris. The purchaser may set the contract aside and claim restitutio in. Buyer’s Remedies for Latent Defects in the Merx These delictual remedies are called aedilitian remedies namely; actio redhibitoria and actio quanti.
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Review native language verification applications submitted by your peers. Reviewing applications can be fun and only takes a few minutes. Patents, Trademarks, Copyright Law: Grading comment Thanks everyone,I mentioned it to the client who said he was using it in the sense of “guarantee against latent defects” and wants the sentence translated as folloes: Is this related to construction, per se, by any chance?
I’ve come across the phrase before, but in relation to snagging lists on new- build constructions. No Oliver, its a xedilitian academic paper focusing on sales contracts mainly. That looks fantastic Charles.
Getting into deep waters here But I have to say this is venturing outside my comfort zone; it’s fairly technical. Here’s a relevant previous question, which refers in turn to another earlier one: I don’t want to seem ungrateful, but in view of the client’s response I think that by rights you probably should have chosen Adrian’s answer. I have taken it upon myself to include it in the glossary entry. The fact that the actions known as “aedilitian remedies” are not part of our common-law system is beside the point unless the author is referring specifically to that system here, and for that very reason I presume he isn’t.
But it does seem sensible to use another form of words that would be applicable both to civil-law and to common-law contexts. I think maybe I should have done Charles.
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Remddies paper in question is contrasting the Civil and Common Law systems so I don’t need to find equivalent terms I dont think, rather explain what the author is trying to explain. That is extremely sporting of you, Charles, and in true English and topically Aussie cricketing spirit. Not to worry William, even if I can’t quite grasp your point of a literal translation.
Posterity will view my post – based on my reading of the UK Sale of Goods Acts going back over 40 years – and take it for what it aedilifian. Automatic update in Peer comments on this answer and responses from the answerer. Return to KudoZ list. View Ideas submitted by the community. Post Your ideas remedise ProZ. Vote Promote or demote ideas.
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It refers to two types of action: The actio quanti minoris may have been introduced later but was no doubt available in early classical law.
By restitution, in this reference, we mean restoration of price. By apportionment we mean price reduction in some proportion to the value of what was received by the injured party. Therefore, while the aedilitian remedies are available in all cases of nonconforming delivery, the problem of cumulative availability of rescission and expectation damages only arises if the seller is at fault. Charles Davis Spain Local time: Oliver Toogood United Kingdom.
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That looks fantastic Charles – I think maybe I should have done Charles From the RAE dictionary: Perteneciente o relativo al empleo de edil. I gather that it does not necessarily refer to building activities – although, as Oliver said, it is frequently used in that field. Alicia Pallas Spain Local time: Peer comments on this answer and responses from the answerer disagree. This is a legal phrase, not a simple dictionary translation.
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Yes, and no point whatever in trying to cobble together a common law “equivalent” here. As you say, this is a collective term for redhibitory and “quanti minoris” actions. Working inductivekly back from the context, rather than deductively from the aedilitain Otherwise, it looks like a breach of implied warranty of ‘delicious and edifying ice cream and that the ice cream vendor has authority to sell such product in the Roman forum’.