Roman law, option 1

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1. The contract of sale is:
a) a one-sided agreement
b) consensual contract
c) the actual contract

2. The essential condition of any agreement were:
a) a method to ensure obligations
b) the condition of force majeure
c) the subject of the contract

3. What is a characteristic feature of the legal entity in Rome?
a) the ability of each member to enter into contracts on behalf of a legal entity
b) equal distribution of income among members of the legal entity c) property belonging to him of the legal entity as such, and not its individual members.

4. real contracts include:
a) the partnership agreement
b) the loan agreement
c) a contract of agency

5. The Covenant - is:
a) an informal agreement not enjoying enforceable
b) the unnamed contract
c) consensual contract

6. Obligations as if the treaty were:
a) personal insult
b) conducting foreign affairs without authorization
c) an agreement on the establishment of a monetary debt

7. To recognize the private tort action requires such elements as:
a) wine person who caused the damage
b) personal injury victim
c) the incapacity of the person who caused the damage

8. The main types of private delicts were:
a) unjust enrichment
b) the judge responsible for the improper conduct of proceedings) acquisitive encroachment on another item

9. Obligations as if tort are:
a) responsibility for the supplied or suspended on a building or apartment
b) personal insult
c) a non-existent debt payment

10. Inheritance - is:
a) the transition of personal and property rights of a deceased person to one person
b) the transition of property rights of a deceased person to one or more persons
c) move property rights and obligations of a deceased person to one or more other persons

11. How many queues legitimate heirs different rules Justinian?
a) Four
b) Two
c) Five

12. The will of Roman law is:
a) the disposal of any person of their property in case of death
b) the disposal of a person of his property in case of death, containing the appointment of an heir
c) multilateral transaction, which expresses the will of one person - testator

13. Will be accepted as valid if it contains the following conditions:
a) a detailed listing of all property owned by the testator
b) substitutional bequest
c) compliance with the prescribed form of the will

14. The opening of the inheritance occurs at the moment:
a) the announcement of the will
b) the death of the testator
c) the finding of heirs

15. legates - is:
a) the kind of Roman troops
b) the type of easements
c) legacy

16. Roman law includes two branches of law:
a) private and pretorskoe
b) civilian clothes and Peoples' Rights
c) the public and private

17. Roman law is studied according to the following system:
a) French
b) German and institutional
c) pandektnoy

18. The main source of knowledge of Roman law today is:
a) Codification of Justinian
b) Institutions Guy
c) Laws of XII Tables

19. The first legal system in Rome was:
a) natural right
b) the right of peoples
c) civil right

20. Civil proceedings ancient Rome consisted of two parts: in jure and in judicio. What are they?
a) the two stages of the same process
b) various courts, one of which was the appeal
c) a single stage

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