PRÁVNĚHISTORICKÉ STUDIE

PRÁVNĚHISTORICKÉ STUDIE

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PRÁVNĚHISTORICKÉ STUDIE, Vol 51 No 1 (2021), 11–30

Der Sachsenspiegel und das Magdeburger Recht in Weißrussland. Konkrete Anwendung in der Rechtspraxis

[The Saxon Mirror and Magdeburg Law in Belarus. Concrete Application in Legal Practice]

Olga Keller

DOI: https://doi.org/10.14712/2464689X.2021.2
announced: 24. 03. 2021

abstract

The article focuses on further research into the source situation. It tries to find out whether German law (Saxon Mirror and Magdeburg city law) was merely transferred to Belarus, or whether it was also received by Belarusian towns and villages into their practice. If this is the case, the question is where it can be seen, and by which sources it can be proven. An attempt to investigate the concrete application of Saxon Mirror and Magdeburg city law follows, with focus on different forms in legal practice, in particular on specific cases. It must be stressed that the very extensive research into legal practice has been carried out only by me so far and will be the aim of my future research. In line with the findings of my research stay, my research report is divided into three Parts: I. The National Archives of the Republic of Belarus in Minsk; II. The National Library of Belarus in Minsk; III. The National Museum in the City of Nesvish.

keywords: Saxon Mirror; Magdeburg city law; application of German law; reception; transfer; documents of the National Historical archive of Belarus; sources from the National Library of Belarus; museum in the town hall in Nesvish; historical and legal materials; acts of legal nature; specific cases of legal practice; magdeburgii

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