Jurassic singulorum

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As Jura singulorum ( lat. Iura = rights singularis ( Adv .) = Single) which are subjective rights referred accruing to a single person ( individual rights ). They are to be distinguished from the Jura consortii ( Latin consors, -rtis = partner, companion, consortio, -ium = community), whose bearer is a majority of persons ( group rights ).

Individual rights can be both natural and legal capacity of legal persons , such as a body politic , to stand.

The term is out of date today. It was used in private and international law until the 19th century .

In his textbook on bankruptcy law from 1891 , for example, Josef Kohler differentiates between the rights of the individual debtor (jura singulorum) and those of the community of creditors (jura consortii).

The German Federal Act of June 8, 1815 states in Article 7 on the majority ratios in the decision-making process in the Federal Assembly:

"Where it comes down to the adoption or amendment of the basic laws, organic federal institutions, in jura singulorum or religious matters, a resolution cannot be passed by majority vote either in the narrow assembly or in plenary."

With jura singulorum the family contracts and constitution of the federal states were meant.

Individual evidence

  1. ^ Josef Kohler: Textbook of bankruptcy law, Stuttgart 1891, page 388, digitized.
  2. Federal Act of 1815 on dokumentarchiv.de
  3. ^ Heinrich von Treitschke : German history of the 19th century. Volume 1 - Chapter 11. Spiegel online Kultur, accessed August 9, 2015.
  4. Wolfgang Burgdorf : "... and the world will be rearranged". Continuity and break. From the beginning of the revolutionary wars to the German Confederation and the reorganization of Europe, in: Peter Schmidt / Klemens Unger (Ed.): 1803. Turning point in the center of Europe. From the feudal to the bourgeois age. Regensburg 2003, pp. 552-557.