Kai kurie atstovavimo instituto reglamentavimo romėnų teisėje klausimai.
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Legal representation is an institute common to both - civil substantive and procedural law. Part 1 of Art. 51 of the Code of Civil Procedure of the Republic of Lithuania states that parties have a right to participate in the litigation themselves or through a representative. The institute of legal representation, today accepted as an inseparable element of civil law and procedure, has a long and complicated history in private law of the ancient Rome. Contrary to the other legal systems of ancient world where the idea of legal representation was accepted, in Rome initially it was sharply opposed to. This was because of a prevailing concept of individualized legal acts pursuant to which a legal act could produce legal effect only for those who took part in its adoption. [...].
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