This term, in a general sense, comprehends all tlie laws which pre- vailed among the Romans, without regard to the time of their origin, including the col- lections of Justinian. In a more restricted sense, the Germans understand by this term merely the law of Justinian, as adopted by them. Mackeld. Rom. Law,
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