10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «RESTITUTORY»
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The Division of Labor in Society
One merely verbal change is to reverse Dr. Halls's decision to render “sanctions
restitutives” as “restitutory” rather than “restitutive” sanctions, in view of the
universal usage of the latter in the ever more voluminous literature. vii Preface to
A Communitarian Defense of Liberalism: Emile Durkheim and ...
Restitutory law, on the other hand, allows a perpetrator "to restore things as they
were, re-establishing relationships that have been disturbed from their normal
form."34 Restitutory law, consisting of civil, commercial, procedural,
The Civil Law Including the Twelve Tables, the Institutes of ...
Restitutory interdicts are those by which he orders something to be surrendered ;
for example, when he directs possession to be restored to the rightful possessor
of property belonging to an estate, which someone is holding as heir or as ...
Analysis of M. Ortolan's Institutes of Justinian, Including ...
being done in public places, or in public roads and ways ; of the restitutory class,
as to restore, i.e., to repair the damage done, or to protect the right of user of the
public way, or to compel the dedication of the way to the public, the praetor being
Thomas Lambert Mears, 1876
A summary of the Roman civil law: illustrated by ...
Is prohibitory, The edict is perpetual, and lies against all offenders who may
restitutory, and De inhibited and compelled to restore the river bank, or harbour,
perpctua . tQ orjgjna' state. The edict ne This edict will not apply to the sea, the ...
Patrick Mac Chombaich De Colquhoun, 1854
Co-opting Culture: Culture and Power in Sociology and ...
Durkheim calls these laws “restitutory.” Restitutory laws, to a large extent, provide
negative solidarity or bonds between people and material objects. The existence
of negative solidarity, however, first requires the existence of positive solidarity, ...
Garrick B. Harden, Robert Carley, 2009
Classical Sociological Theory
Nevertheless the proposition we have enunciated remains true in the
overwhelming majority of cases. It demonstrates that rules where sanctions are
restitutory either constitute no part at all of the collective consciousness, or
subsist in it in only ...
Garner on Language and Writing
Much of what he said in 1926 still stands up. q Unlikely sets of polysyllables
unfortunately abound in sets that seek needless disambiguation, such as
redeemable/redemptible and restitutionary/restitutional/restitutive/restitutory.
Thick Moralities, Thin Politics: Social Integration Across ...
Similarly Durkheim (1947) maps the historical movement from expiatory to
restitutory law onto a larger social change from a strongly binding, deeply
integrative moral system to a weakly binding, superficially integrative one.
Restitutory law is ...
Legal Anthropology: An Introduction
Repressive laws "covers all penal law; the second [restitutory law], civil law,
commercial law, procedural law, administrative and constitutional law." The
distinction between civil and criminal law, therefore, is well entrenched. The
question that ...
NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «RESTITUTORY»
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Inflation climbing while Turkish wage-earners always left behind
The climb of inflation to around 10 percent, unless restitutory adjustments are done, will mean that 2014 will also be another year added to lost years in terms of ... «Hurriyet Daily News, May 14»