Ecclesiastical Property in UK Law

  • Dominium in Thirteenth and Fourteenth-Century Political Thought and its Seventeenth-Century Heirs: John of Paris and Locke
    • Nbr. 33-1, March 1985
    • Political Studies
    Dominium, the notion of lordship, underwent important changes during the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries. An examination of the de potestate regia et papali genre, especially the tract by the D...
    ...... illustrates not only a radical attitude to property rights, private ownership and the defence of one’s own in ... library holdings and own tract ‘on civil and ecclesiastical power’ as well as his Second Treatise, express a debt to the ......
    • Nbr. 3-1, June 1939
    • The Modern Law Review
    ...... another dependent, but such an order can only relate to property the income of which is at the date of the application ..., agricultural leases, settled property and ecclesiastical property. Cmd. 5934, printed by H.M. Stationery Office. Price ......
  • Government in Australia
    • Nbr. 12-4, October 1934
    • Public Administration
    ...... In some States, e.g., Victoria and Tasmania, a property qualification is required both of candidates and electors ... Ecclesiastical property is usually exempt from rates provided it is used ......
    • Nbr. 23-2, March 1960
    • The Modern Law Review
    ...... because it had once been the practice of the ecclesiastical courts to assume jurisdiction over marriages celebrated in ... The succession to property was protected by preventing a marriage being annulled for ......
  • Secularizing a Religious Legal System: Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction in Early Eighteenth Century England
    • Nbr. 8-1, July 2019
    • British Journal of American Legal Studies
    • Troy L. Harris
    • Associate Professor of Law, University of Detroit Mercy School of Law. J.D. (Michigan); Ph.D. (Chicago)
    • 1-36
    The early eighteenth-century English ecclesiastical courts are a case study in the secularization of a legal system. As demonstrated elsewhere, the courts were very busy. And yet the theoretical ju...
    ...... Second, he argued that the temporal courts themselves recognized the validity of the canonical procedure. For example: . When a cause of property is depending before them, and is found to turn upon the point of marriage or no marriage, the judges of Westminster-hall do not send that fact to be ......
  • Responsibility, ‘Bad Luck’, and Delinquent Animals: Law as a Means of Explaining Tragedy
    • Nbr. 73-6, December 2009
    • Journal of Criminal Law, The
    This article examines the phenomenon of the prosecution and punishment of animals in medieval and early modern Western legal systems. Animal trials are important because examining them can help us ...
    ...... jailed a goat for a week for illegally eating crops on private property ( ‘ Tanzanian Court Jails Goat ’ , Agence France Presse, 10 January ...44 He argues that the ecclesiastical trials were not ‘ authentic ’ or ‘ actual ’ legal trials, ......
  • Fighting Cultural Property Trafficking: The Italian Criminal Law Framework and its Forthcoming Reform.
    • Vol. 26 Nbr. 4, December 2021
    • Art Antiquity & Law
    • Visconti, Arianna
    ...... belong "to the State, the Regions, as well as any other public body and institution, and to private nonprofit associations, including ecclesiastical entities with an acknowledged legal status", are considered "cultural property" subject to all protection provisions unless and until a negative ......
    • Nbr. 24-4, July 1961
    • The Modern Law Review
    ...... ,4ct civil corporations in respect of their corporate property, though not, of course. such corporations in respect of ... S. 45 (2) (a) expressly excludes ecclesiastical corporations in respect of corporate property held for ......
  • The state of heritage and cultural property policing in England & Wales, France and Italy
    • Nbr. 17-4, July 2020
    • European Journal of Criminology
    Presenting a large threat to irreplaceable heritage, property, cultural knowledge and cultural economies across the world, heritage and cultural property crimes offer case studies through which to ...
    ......For instance, in emphasizing the scale  of heritage/cultural property metal thefts, Historic England highlighted data from the  Ecclesiastical Insurance Group for the five years up to April 2014, which showed that in  ......
    • Vol. 26 Nbr. 2, July 2021
    • Art Antiquity & Law
    • Drawdy, Stephanie
    ......'), and the German Advisory Commission for the Return of Cultural Property Seized as a Result of Nazi Persecution, Especially from Jewish Possession. ... of property, applied to Prussia's 1935 acquisition of the ecclesiastical art collection known as the Welfenschatz. (7) Germany's interpretation of ......
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