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MUNOZ DE ESCOBAR, FRANCISCO - De Ratiociniis Administratorum, Et Computationibus Variis Aliis. .

Title: De Ratiociniis Administratorum, Et Computationibus Variis Aliis. .
Description: 1682. Notable Seventeenth-Century Treatise on Legal Aspects of Financial Administration Munoz de Escobar, Francisco. De Ratiociniis Administratorum, Et Computationibus Variis Aliis, Tractatus Praegnantissimus, Omnibus Juri Operam Dantibus, Tam in Theoria, Quam Praxi, Utilis, Judicibus et Advocatis Pernecessarius. Cum Indice tum Capitum, Tum Materiarum, Hoc Praefixo, Illo Subnexo. Nuremberg: Apud Wolffgangum Mauritium, Et Folios, 1682. [viii], 650, [72] pp. Quarto (8" x 6"). Contemporary calf, paneled covers with wide richly blind-tooled borders, raised bands, gilt ornaments and title to spine. Wear to spine ends and corners, joints starting at ends, some worming to backstrip and pastedowns, occasional worming to margins, endpapers lacking, front hinge cracked. Title page printed in red and black, woodcut decorated initials. Some soiling to title page, moderate toning to text. Early signatures to front pastedown and title page, interior otherwise clean. $300. * Later edition of a work first published in 1603. With subject and title indexes. Escobar's treatise deals with financial administration, executors and administrators and the law of rendering accounts. Little is know about Escobar's life and reputation, but Roberts observes that he was cited often by Roman-Dutch jurists of the eighteenth century. Ratiociniis seems to have been a well-respected work; it went through several editions and imprints throughout Europe into the eighteenth century. Roberts, A South African Legal Bibliography 115. .

Keywords: EXECUTORS, ADMINISTRATORS, 14CALBKFR, CIVIL LAW, 60958.JPG, ANTIQ4213

Price: US$ 300.00 Seller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd.
- Book number: 60958

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