XII lentelių įstatymai ir kai kurios atskirų šiuolaikinės teisės šakų bei institutų nuostatos.
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Titus Livius - author of the history of Rome "Ab urbe condita" names the Laws of XII tables "fons omnis publici privatique iuris" - the source of whole public and private law. In spite of the fact that this title is relatively exaggerated, leges XII tabularum indeed are the endeavour to embody the essential customary provisions regarding private as well as public law. From the contemporary law point of view, the Laws of XII tables can be treated in two different ways. First of all, the germs of essential contemporary law principles that comprise the fundament of Western law tradition can be traced in these leges of ancient Romans. On the other hand, the principles, ideas, institutes and constructions of particular contemporary law branches and institutes such as civil, criminal law, law of civil litigation, legal liability can be as well recognised in the Laws of XII tables. Contemporary civil litigation and procedure of the XII tables’ epoch have much in common regarding such procedural institutes as default judgement, peace agreement, principles stating the obligation of court to resolve the dispute during the first sitting and to guarantee the due. process of law. [...]
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