Codex Juris: Ius Civitatis

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Ius Civitatus

This book contains all the legislation on Citizenship Law. The right of citizenship; the freedom of the city of Rome. It differs from ius quiritium, which included all the privileges of a free native of Rome.

Contents

Legislation on Citizenship Rights

Legislation on citizens' status and rights. The basis of which is founded in Article II of the Lex Cornelia Domitia de re publica constituenda.

Primary Legislation Description Modifying Leges Modifying Senatus Consulta Modifying Edicta Related or Complimentry Legislation General Praetores Commentary
Lex Vedia de civitatis petitionibus per suffragia

(#XXVI, 2754)

About the prohibition of processing new citizenship during a comitial election or vote. *Included in the Ius Privatum
Lex Vedia de assiduis et capite censis

(#XXXIV, 2754)

About the classification between taxpayers and non-taxpayers and their respective status. *Included in the Ius Publicum
Lex Equitia de tirocinio civium novorum

(#XCIX, 2757)

About the probationary period and citizen examinations for new citizens. Senatus Consultum Ultimum on the Reinstatement of the Lex Equitia de Tirocinio Civium Novorum *Included in the Ius Privatum
Lex Equitia familiaris

(#CII, 2757)

About the legal status and rights of citizens. *Included in the Ius Privatum
Lex Minucia de civitate eiuranda

(#CXIII, 2759)

About citizens resigning their citizenship and the consequences of these decisions. Lex Arria Tullia de quibusdam legibus obsoletis abrogandis corrigundisve *Included in the Ius Privatum
Lex Galeria de privatis rebus

(#CXXI, 2760)

About the privacy of citizen data and rights of access. *Included in the Ius Privatum


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