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FELLOWSHIP: JEV-Fellowship for European Administrative History 2016

Calenda signals an opportunity for early-stage researchers working or intending to work on European Administrative Law (16th-20th Century), at the MPI for European Legal History in Frankfurt am Main. 

PresentationAt the end of 2012 Prof. Dr. Erk Volkmar Heyen, Professor of Public Law and European Administrative History at the Ernst-Moritz-Arndt University of Greifswald until his retirement and the editor of the "Jahrbuch für europäische Verwaltungsgeschichte/Yearbook of European Administrative History" (JEV) published from 1989 to 2008, donated a research fellowship in the field of European Administrative History ("The JEV-Fellowship for European Administrative History"). The fellowship falls within the framework of the German University Foundation (Bonn, Germany).Eligibility, duration and ratesThe scholarship is intended to benefit the next generation of scientific researchers, particularly doctoral and post-doctoral students, and specifically for the final phase of their research project for a duration of no longer than 12 months.The scholarship is based on the usual rates for doctoral fellowships of the German Research Foundation (DFG). Should a fellowship be awarded for research abroad, the local conditions will be the determining factor. Marital status will not be deemed a consideration, and neither will travel- nor other costs be reimbursed.Selection processThe Board of the German University Foundation decides on and awards the fellowship based on a proposal by a jury. This jury is based at the Max Planck Institute for European Legal History (MPI) in Frankfurt, where the founder worked in the 1980s.Currently the permanent members of the jury are:
  • the Managing Director of the Max Planck Institute,
  • Prof. Dr. Thomas Duve,
  • Prof. Dr. Stefan Brakensiek, Professor of Early Modern History at the Institute for History of the University of Duisburg-Essen, and
  • Priv.-Doz. Dr. Peter Collin, Research Fellow at the Max Planck Institute.
The German University Foundation provides for the payment of the fellowships and informs the recipients about the terms and conditions and the legal requirements to be complied with by the recipients in their personal capacities. Early stage researchers from Germany and abroad are invited to apply. In accordance with the thematic and methodological spectrum covered by the JEV, the scholarship is open to all historical disciplines, provided the research project addresses an aspect of European administrative history from the period of the sixteenth to the twentieth century. The importance of the research topic should impact beyond the national level. Comparative research questions are particularly welcome. Submission procedure:
First time applications for a scholarship commencing in January 2016 can be submitteduntil 30 September 2015;this deadline also applies to the succeeding years unless otherwise specified.Applications in English or German should be sent in electronic form to: Priv.-Doz. Dr. Peter Collin, collin@rg.mpg.deThe application, which must also include an indication of the duration for which the fellowship should run, is to be accompanied by the following documents:
  • a curriculum vitae in tabular form with detailed information on the nature and the chronology of university studies together with the respective examination results achieved (copies of results to be enclosed) and, where applicable,
  • a list of scientific publications written or hitherto contributed to;
  • a detailed description of the research project including a detailed outline of the contents of the intended publication,
  • a detailed report on the current development of the project and the status of publication, including the reasons for any (possible) delay in its completion;
  • extensive excerpts from the current document;
  • information on the current financing of the research project as well as on past or pending applications for funding of the project;
  • a precise timetable for the completion of the writing of the publication.
Furthermore care is to be taken that at least one expert opinion from a university lecturer on both the individual researcher and the research project as such be submitted directly to the jury.The MPI provides fellowship recipients with work opportunities in its library. Fellows are given the opportunity to present their research projects to the public at the Institute and to discuss the projects with the latter. With the expiration of the fellowship the recipient is to submit a report on the status of the publication/book. The MPI provides for the publication of the funded book in one of its publication series, provided the Institute’s required quality standards are met. The book is to make reference to the support provided by the "JEV-Fellowship for European Administrative History" in the imprint or in the preface. The MPI equally welcomes donations to feed the stipend:
Donations to financially support and, if possible, extend the level of support of the fellowship are most welcome. These can be paid into the following account of the German University Foundation:Bank für Sozialwirtschaft,account number: 1140200 (BLZ: 37020500; BIC: BFSWDE33XXX; IBAN: DE47370205000001140200),Password: "Spende Erk-Volkmar- Heyen-Stiftungsfonds".The German University Foundation will issue the required receipt confirming the donation, if the postal address is provided. Should a permanent increase of fund assets be preferred, the password to be used is „Zustiftung Erk-Volkmar-Heyen- Stiftungsfonds". More information here.
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TIMELINE: The History of International Law, 1470-Present (Oxford UP)

(screenshot; source: OUP International Law)
Oxford Public International Law (Oxford University Press) published an interactive Timeline on the History of International Law, from 1470 to the present.

We have created a concise timeline mapping the broad history of public international law with particular attention paid to the signing of major treaties, the foundation of fundamental institutions, the birth of major figures in international law and milestones in the development of some of the field’s best-known doctrines. There are varying opinions on where to start in the history of international law, as well as arguments around periodising the dynamic developments, though for this project we have started our timeline with the Treaty of Tordesillas in 1494. Explore some of the major developments in the history of international law and read more by clicking through to freed-up chapters from the Oxford Historical Treaties, the Max Planck Encyclopaedia of Public International Law, relevant book chapters, blog pieces and journal articles. The full timeline can be consulted here.
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JOURNAL: "Tijdschrift voor Rechtsgeschiedenis / Revue d'Histoire du Droit / The Legal History Review" (Vol. 83, Issue 1-2, June 2015)

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BOOK: "Legal Practice in Eighteenth-Century Scotland" by John Finlay (July, 2015)

Legal Practice in Eighteenth-Century Scotland

John Finlay, University of Glasgowall information here
This book is the first monograph to analyse the workings of Scotland’s legal profession in its early modern European context. It is a comprehensive survey of lawyers working in the local and central courts; investigating how they interacted with their clients and with each other, the legal principles governing ethical practice, and how they fulfilled a social role through providing free services to the poor and also services to town councils and other corporations. Based heavily on a wide range of archival sources, and reflecting the contemporary importance of local societies of lawyers, John Finlay offers a groundbreaking yet accessible study of the eighteenth-century legal profession which adds a new dimension to our knowledge of Enlightenment Scotland
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NOTICE: The Hart Publishing Summer Sale (August, 3-23 2015)

The Hart Publishing Summer Sale is now on!50% discount on selected titlesHart Publishing is delighted to announce its Summer Sale which is available for 3 weeks (3rd August – 23rd August) To browse through the titles that are available at half price please click on the link below:http://www.hartpub.co.uk/HartPublishingSummerSale2015.xls
To place an order online please quote reference DX1 in the voucher code field and click apply.
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CONFERENCE: "Scottish Legal History Group Conference 2015‏" (Edinburgh, October 3, 2015)

SCOTTISH LEGAL HISTORY GROUPAnnual Conference - Saturday 3rd October 2015
The 35th Annual Conference and AGM of the Scottish Legal History Group will be held in the Reading Room of the Advocates’ Library, Parliament House, Edinburgh, on Saturday 3rd October 2015. All welcome.
10.30               Coffee

11.00               First Session
Professor Dauvit Broun and Ms Joanna Tucker (University of Glasgow)            “The earliest central judicial records”
                Dr Jenny Wormald (University of Edinburgh)            ”’And so it follows ... that the Kinges were the authors & makers of the lawes, and not the lawes of the Kings’ [James VI, Trew Lawe of Free Monarchies]Did he mean it?”           

12.30               Sherry. Break for Lunch.

2.15                 Second Session
Annual General Meeting ... to be followed at 2.30 approximately by:
            Mr Stephen Bogle (University of Glasgow)            “David Dalrymple and the South Sea bubble crisis”
3.30                 Third Session
            Dr Chloe Kennedy (University of Edinburgh)“Nothing to declare?: Reconsidering the history of the declaratory power”
            Mr James Hamilton (WS Society Signet Library)             "The Signet Library, 1815-2015"
5.00                 Close
SCOTTISH LEGAL HISTORY GROUPAnnual Conference - Saturday 3rd October 2015The 35th Annual Conference and AGM of the Scottish Legal History Group will be held in the Law Room of the Advocates’ Library, Parliament House, Edinburgh, on Saturday 3rd October 2015. All welcome.All those wishing to attend are requested to send the attached form together with the Conference fee of £10.00 (£5.00 for students) to the Secretary, Dr Adelyn Wilson, at the address indicated.
Conference RegistrationMost participants receive this intimation by email. If you have received it by post but would prefer or are willing to receive it by email in future, please provide your email address below.When replying please provide your current email and postal addresses if:-          you are subscribing for the first time;-          these have changed in the past year; -          there has been a long interval since your last subscription; or-          you would have expected to receive an email about the conference but have not done so.
.....................................................................................................................................SCOTTISH LEGAL HISTORY GROUPAnnual Conference - Saturday 3rd October 2015
To:       Dr Adelyn Wilson, University of Aberdeen School of Law, Taylor Building, Aberdeen, AB24 3UB.Please enroll me for the above Conference. I enclose my conference fee of £10.00/£5.00 (please delete as appropriate and make cheques payable to ‘The Scottish Legal History Group’).

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NOTICE: Vergentis Journal

VERGENTIS is a scientific journal of the Innocent III International Chair of Research which intends to be the focal point of reflection and investigation within the domain of History of Law and other disciplines and, at the same time, it tries to be a transmitter of communication for professionals in History, Law, Canon law, Roman Law and Common Law.This review is published annually in June and December. Works will be evaluated by two anonymous and external editors, unconnected to both the institution and the editorial board according to the system of “revision by pairs” (referee). Acceptances or refusals with the reasons the decision was based on will be sent to the authors before 60 calendar days. This review reserves the right to modify partially the style or format of the works presented. The publication rules can be checked in the last pages of the review.DEADLINE FOR SUBMITTING ARTICLES    March 30 (June Issue)    October 30 (December Issue)

Rules for admission and submission of contributions 1. Articles must be submitted in doc, docx or rtf format in an attached file by email to the address catedrainocencio@gmail.com, stating in the message the format and other applications used (numerical editors, image editors...), the section of the publication, the name of the authors, their email addresses and the contact address. 2. Submissions, that must be original and adapted to these rules, cannot be submitted to any other publication. They can be written in Spanish, Italian, German, French and English. Topics must adapt to those proposed by the Editorial Board. 3. The review is published bi-annually in June and December. Submissions will be evaluated by two anonymous and external editors (referees), unconnected to both the institution and the editorial board according to the system of “revision by pairs” (double-blind). Acceptances or refusals with the reasons for the decision will be sent to the authors before 60 calendar days. This review reserves the right to modify, partially, the style or format of the works presented. 4. All authors promise to follow the suggestions of the editors in order to modify the submissions accepted. After the publication they will receive three copies of the review and a pdf file with the final format. 5. On the first page there will appear the title of the article, the name and the principal affiliation of the author. The body of the text shall be preceded by two abstracts (Spanish-English; Italian-English; French-English; English-Spanish, German-English), that may not have more than 200 words each one. Keywords will be also noted in the languages of the abstracts.6. Originals will be submitted with A4 format, 3cm margin and complete justification, Times or Times New Roman font (12 points for the text and bibliography and 10 points for abstracts, keywords and footnotes). 7. For the text, authors must use indented paragraphs and 1.5 space between lines. Articles will not have more than 45 pages. Notes will not have more than 25 pages and reviews no more than 3 pages. 8. Footnotes will be added at the end of the page, numbered with Arabic numbers. 9. The titles of the sections will be presented in small capital letters, numbered (1, 2, 3…) and separated by one line from the previous text. There will only be admitted subsections on the articles section, in black rounded letters with numeration (1.1, 1.2…) and separated by one line from the previous text. 10. Italics will be used in order to highlight expressions, quotes or words in other languages. Quotes of up to four lines of extension will be integrated in the text through quotation marks. Longer quotes will be presented in italics in a paragraph separated by a single line. 11.Short references within the text will be referred to the Code of Canon Law with the canon or canons and the corresponding number(c. 3; cc. 7-22); to the Code of the Eastern Churches(CCEO, c. 1; CCEO cc. 3-5); to the initials of the II Vatican Council (LG 1…); Decree of Graciano: First part (D. 50 c. 10…), Second part (C. 30 q. 5 c. 1…) De paenitentia (De paen. D. 1, c. 10…), part (de cons. D. 1 c. 5)… 12.Style of bibliographic citations: -Books: ARROBA CONDE, M.J., Diritto processuale canonico, Roma 20014 . (Author in small capital letters + title of the book in italics + place, year and number of the edition + pages). -Articles: ERDÖ, P., Liberté religeuse dans l’Eglise? (Observations à propos des canons 748, 205 et 209 § 1 CIC), in Apollinaris 68 (1995) pp. 607-618. (Author in small capital letters + Title in italics + in and title of the journal-number (year) pages).Dictionary voices: URRUTIA, F. J., Giuramento di fedeltà (Iusiurandum fidelitatis), in CORRAL S., DE PAOLIS, V., GHIRLANDA G., Nuovo Dizionariodi Diritto Canonico, Cinisello Balsamo 19962 , pp. 546-547. (Author in small capital letters + voice in italics + in name of the editors in small capital letters + name of the dictionary in italics, place, year and number of the edition + pages). -Legislative commentaries: PÉREZ DE HEREDIA Y VALLE, I., sub c. 1055, in Código de Derecho Canónico, Valencia 20019 , pp. 469-470. (Author in small capital letters + sub c. in italics + in Commentary in italics + place, year and number of the edition + pages). -Articles written by various authors: PONCE GALLÉN, F., El proceso documental, la ejecución de la sentencia y las costas procesales, in RODRIGUEZ OCAÑA, R., SEDANO J., Procesos de nulidad matrimonial. La instrucción “Dignitas connubii”, Pamplona 2006, pp. 303-345. (Author in small capital letters + Title in italics + in name of the editors in small capital letters + Title of the work in italics + place, year and number of the edition + pages). -Electronic material: CD-ROM: Quoted as the Works in paper, but after the title [CD-ROM] is added. Electronic Reviews: Quoted as the Works in paper and lafter the URL address and the date of the consultation are added. 13. Initials and abbreviations In order to quote the departments of the Papal curia and the reviews, neither initials or abbreviations are used. If any author uses initials or abbreviations in order to make reference to documents quoted frequently, they must be reflected on their writing.NORMAS DE ADMISIÓN Y PRESENTACIÓN DE LAS COLABORACIONES Revista VERGENTIS 1. Los trabajos se remitirán en formato doc, docx o rtf como archivo adjunto en un correo electrónico a la dirección catedrainocencio@gmail.com, indicando en el cuerpo del mensaje el formato y otras aplicaciones utilizadas (editor numéricos, editor de imágenes,...), la sección de publicación, el nombre de los autores, sus correos electrónicos y la dirección a la que deben dirigirse la correspondencia (sólo el autor principal) 2. Los trabajos, originales y ajustados a estas normas, no pueden estar presentados a otra publicación simultáneamente. Pueden redactarse en español, italiano, francés, inglés y alemán. Los temas deben ajustarse a los propuestos por el Consejo Editorial. 3. La revista se publica en junio y diciembre de cada año. Los trabajos serán valorados por dos revisores anónimos y externos (referees) ajenos a la institución y al consejo de redacción según el sistema de revisión por pares (doble ciego). Se enviará la aceptación o rechazo motivado a los autores antes de 60 días naturales. La revista se reserva el derecho de cambiar, parcialmente, el estilo o el formato de los trabajos presentados. 4. Cada autor se compromete a seguir las sugerencias de los revisores para modificar los trabajos aceptados. Después de la publicación recibirán tres ejemplares de la revista y un archivo pdf con el formato definitivo. 5. En la primera página se hará constar el título del artículo, el nombre y la afiliación principal del autor. El cuerpo del texto deberá ir precedido necesariamente de dos resúmenes en dos de las lenguas de la revista que no excedan las 200 palabras cada uno. Se anotarán también las palabras clave en las lenguas en las que se haya redactado los resúmenes. 2 6. Los originales se presentarán en A4 con margen de 3cm y justificación completa, con carácter Times New Roman de 12 puntos para el texto y la bibliografía; 10 puntos para las notas a pie de página. 7. El texto utilizando párrafos con sangrado y con un interlineado de 1,5. Los artículos ordinariamente no superarán 45 páginas. Las notas no superarán las 20 páginas, y las reseñas tendrán una extensión máxima de 3 páginas. 8. El sistema de notas para el aparato crítico estará a pie de página, numeradas con numeración arábiga y continua. 9. Los títulos de los apartados se presentarán en letra versalita común, numerados (1, 2, 3…) y separados por una línea del texto anterior. Los subapartados con numeración (1.1, 1.2…) y separados por una línea del texto anterior. 10. La cursiva se utilizará para resaltar expresiones, palabras de otros o palabras en una lengua diferente. 11. Las citas literales de hasta cuatro líneas de longitud se integrarán en el texto en cursiva y entre comillas (“”). Las citas de mayor longitud se presentarán en cursiva en un párrafo separado del texto por una línea sencilla, con tamaño de letra 11, sangría a derecha e izquierda de un centímetro y entre comillas (“”). Las posibles comillas del texto original citado, se pondrán siempre en el texto del trabajo en comillas francesas («»). 12. Las siguientes referencias breves se insertan en el texto: Sagrada Escritura (Jn 2, 1-3); Código Civil u otro de legislación civil con el artículo o artículos correspondientes y el número (CC art. 33, art. 23-47; CP art. 20) Código de Derecho Canónico con el canon o cánones y el correspondiente número (CIC c. 3; cc. 7-22); el Código de las Iglesias Orientales (CCEO, c. 1; CCEO cc. 3-5); las siglas comunes del Concilio Vaticano II (LG 1…); Decreto de Graciano: Primera parte (D. 50 c. 10…), Segunda parte (C. 30 q. 5 c. 1…) De paenitentia (De paen. D. 1, c. 10…), Tercera parte (de cons. D. 1 c. 5); las Decretales de Gregorio IX (X 3. 30. 1….), de Bonifacio VIII (VI 3. 10. 1….); Clementinas (Clem. 1. 5. 1…); Extravagante de Juan XXII (Extrav. Io. XXII, 10. 1…) Extravagantes Comunes (Extrav. Com. 1. 5. 1…). 13. Modo de escribir las citas bibliográficas: Libros ARROBA CONDE, M. J., Diritto processuale canonico, Roma 20014 . 3 SABBARESE, L., Il matrimonio canonico nell’ordine della natura e della grazia. Commento al Codice di Diritto Canonico Libro IV, Parte I, Titolo VII, Città del Vaticano 2002. (Autor en versales + Título del libro en cursiva + lugar, año y número de la edición + páginas). Artículos de revista ERDÖ, P., «Liberté religeuse dans l’Eglise? (Observations à propos des canons 748, 205 et 209 § 1 CIC)», en Apollinaris 68 (1995) pp. 607-618. (Autor en versales + «Título del artículo entre comillas francesas»+ en + nombre de la revista en cursiva + número (año) páginas). La numeración de la revista se realizará en numeración arábiga. Artículo de una obra de varios autores PONCE GALLÉN, F., «El proceso documental, la ejecución de la sentencia y las costas procesales», en Procesos de nulidad matrimonial. La instrucción “Dignitas connubii”, ed. RODRIGUEZ OCAÑA, R., SEDANO, J., Pamplona 2006, pp. 303-345. (Autor en versales + «título del artículo entre comillas francesas»+ en + título de la obra en cursiva, + ed. + nombre de los editores en versales + lugar, año y número de la edición + páginas). Voces de diccionario URRUTIA, F. J., «Giuramento di fedeltà (Iusiurandum fidelitatis)», en Nuovo Dizionariodi Diritto Canonico, ed. CORRAL S., DE PAOLIS, V., GHIRLANDA G., Cinisello Balsamo 19962 , pp. 546-547. (Autor en versales + «voz entre comillas francesas»+ en + nombre del diccionario en cursiva, + ed. + nombre de los editores en versales + lugar, año y número de la edición + páginas). Artículos publicados varias veces FARRÉ TREPAT, E., «Casos límite entre el encubrimiento y la receptación», en VV. AA., Comentarios a la Jurisprudencia pena del Tribunal Supremo, Barcelona 1992, pp. 125- 138 (también en ADPCP, 1988, pp. 241-254). 4 (Autor en versales + «título del artículo entre comillas francesas»+ en + título de la obra en cursiva, + ed. + nombre de los editores en versales (si los hubiere) + lugar, año y número de la edición + páginas + (también en + otra publicación + páginas)). Comentarios legislativos PÉREZ DE HEREDIA Y VALLE, I., sub c. 1055, en Código de Derecho Canónico. Edición bilingüe, fuentes y comentarios de todos los cánones, ed. BENLLOCH, A., Valencia 20019 , pp. 469-470. (Autor en versales + sub c. (o art.) en cursiva + en Título del comentario en cursiva + editor, coordinador precedidos por la abreviatura ed. + lugar, año y número de la edición + páginas). Autoridades Cuando citamos una obra clásica, conocida por todo el mundo, no es necesario indicar en la mayoría de casos, lugar y fecha de publicación. Lo mismo sucede con la Sagrada Escritura, cuya referencia podría simplemente indicarse en el propio texto, sin nota a pie. Sin embargo, es posible que lo que nos interese sea una traducción o edición concreta del texto; en ese punto, lo indicaremos: Ex 4,37. El Quijote, parte II, cap. 13. PLATÓN, Eutifrón, Bekker 15a. KANT, I.., Die Metaphysik der Sitten, AA [Akademie-Ausgabe], VI, p 227. CERVANTES, M., El Quijote, ed. crítica de M. de Riquer, Barcelona, 1998, p 630 (Autor en versales + título de la obra en cursiva, + ed. crítica + nombre de los editores en versales + lugar, año y número de la edición + páginas). Legislación Ley 1/1998, de 26 de febrero, de Derechos y Garantías de los Contribuyentes. (Género legislativo + (Ley Orgánica, Real Decreto, Decreto legislativo…) + protocolo + / + año + de + fecha + Nombre en cursiva). Sentencias 5 SsTS 23 de junio de 1997 (A. 5975/1997, ponente Martín Pallín), 12 de mayo de 1997 (A. 4542/1997, ponente Marañón Chávarri) y 19 de febrero de 1997 (A. 1133/1997, ponente Delgado García). ( S (o Ss si son más de una) + Tribunal + fecha + repertorio + ponente). Documentos oficiales de la Santa Sede IOANNES PAULUS PP. II, «Epistula Apostolica “Novo millennio ineunte”, Episcopis clero fidelibus Magni Iubilaei anni MM sub exitum, 6. 1. 2001», in AAS 93 (2001) pp. 296- 299. (Autor en versales + «referencia del documento entre comillas francesas con el incipit en cursiva y entre comillas (“”) seguido de la fecha de emanación» + en + acta o revista en cursiva +número, año y páginas). SACRA CONGREGATIO PRO INSTITUTIONE CATHOLICA, «Instructio “La escuela católica”, de Schola catholica deque eius momento, munere et quaestinonibus in hodiernae Ecclesiae missione absolvenda, et huius temporis mundi necessitatibus succurrendis,19.03.1977», en Leges Ecclesiae 5 (1973-1978), ed. OCHOA, X., n. 4505, col.7304. (Autor o Dicasterio en vesales + «título del documento entre comillas francesas con el incipit en cursiva y entre comillas (“”) seguido de la fecha de emanación» + en + Colección de documentos en cursiva + volumen en números árabes seguido de los años que engloba el volumen si es el caso + ed. + nombre de editores, coordinadores o directores en versales + número de documento + columna (col.) o página). Material electrónico: CD-ROM: Se cita como en las obras en formato de papel pero se añade después del título [CD-ROM] Revistas electrónicas: Se cita igual como en las obras enformato de papel y se añade la dirección URL y la fecha en que es consultado Cuando se cita una obra digitalizada (en PDF): Si están indicadas páginas y datos como si se tratase de una obra en papel, se cita igual que si tuviéramos el texto en soporte físico (papel), si no, como material electrónico. 6 14. Siglas y abreviaturas Para citar los dicasterios de la Curia Romana y de las revistas generalmente no se han de usar siglas ni abreviaturas. Si algún autor utiliza alguna sigla o abreviatura para hacer referencia a documentos que citen con frecuencia debe constar en su escrito. Siglas: AAS Acta Apostolicae Sedis. Ad. / Ex. Adhortatio / Exhortación. All. Alocución / Discurso. Ap. Apostólica. art. / arts. Artículo / Artículos. ASS Acta Sanctae Sedis. BOCEE Boletín Oficial de la Conferencia Episcopal Española. BOE Boletín Oficial del Estado (España). c. / cc Canon / Cánones. cap. Capítulo. c. NN coram NN. CCE Catecismo de la Iglesia Católic. CCEO Codex Canonum Ecclesiarum Orientalium. CCL Corpus Christianorum seu nova Patrum collectio Series Latina (Tournhout-Paris). CE Constitución Española (1978). CEE Conferencia Episcopal Española. CEI Conferenza Episcopale Italiana. Cf./ cf. Confer, ver. CIC 17 Codex Iuris Canonici, 1917. CIC 83 Codex Iuris Canonici, 1983. Circ. Circular. 7 COD Conciliorum Oecumenicorum Decreta, Bologna 20022 . ComEx Comentario exegético al Código de Derecho Canónico, IV, ed. MARZOA, A.; MIRAS, J.; RODRÍGUEZ OCAÑA, R., Instituto Martín de Azpilcueta. 20023 . Const. Constitución. Decl. Declaración. Decr. Decreto. DC Dignitas connubii Dir. Directorio DS Enchiridion Symbolorum definitonium et declarationum de rebus fidei et morum, ed. DENZINGER, H., SCHÖNMETZER, A. Barcinone – Friburgi Brisgoviae – Romae – Neo-Eboraci, 1991. ECEI Enchiridion della Conferenza Episcopale Italiana. Decreti, dichiariazioni, documenti pastorali. Ed. Editor, coordinador o director. Enc. Encíclica. Ep. Epistula. EV Enchiridion Vaticanum. Documenti Ufficiali della S. Sede. Ibid. Ibidem, la misma obra, cuando las citas están en la misma página. ID. Idem, el mismo autor citado inmediatamente antes. Instr. Instrucción. Ivi La misma obra citada en la página anterior. LE Leges Ecclesiae post Codicem Iuris Canonici editae (OCHOA, J.; ANDRÉS, D. J.). Litt. Littera. 8 MANSI MANSI, J. Ed., Sacrorum Conciliorum nova et amplissima collectio, 1-30, Graz 1960-1962. MK Münsterischer kommentar zum Codex Iuris Canonici, Essen 1986 ss. M. P. / m. p. Motu proprio. n. / nn. número / números. Notif. Notificatio. Op. cit. / cit. Obra citada. p. / pp. página / páginas. PB IOANNES PAULUS II. Constitución apostólica Pastor Bonus, 1988. p. ej. por ejemplo. PL Patrologiae cursus completus. Series latina. ed. MIGNE, J. Parisiis, 1844-1855. PG Patrologiae cursus completus. Series graeca. ed. MIGNE, J. Parisiis, 1857-1866. Rescr. Rescriptum. Resol. Resolutio. Resp. Responsum. RRD Romanae Rotae decisiones seu sententiae sent. sententia s. / ss. Siguiente / Siguientes. SRRD Sacrae Romanae Rotae decisiones seu sententiae. v. gr. Verbigracia 
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