Lex Minucia (Nova Roma)

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Lex to Repeal Current Items of Legislation
 
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I don't have a proper Latin name for this measure yet, but comitia's approval of this item will officially repeal the following legislations:
 
I don't have a proper Latin name for this measure yet, but comitia's approval of this item will officially repeal the following legislations:
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This Lex did not have lasting effect, and lapsed after approval.
 
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[[Category:Lapsed leges (Nova Roma)]]
 
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Latest revision as of 04:25, 12 October 2020

This lex has LAPSED.

Approved by Comitia Plebis Tributa
Yes: 15 No: 11 Abs.: 0
a.d. V Kal. Apr. C. Buteone Po. Minucia cos. MMDCCLIX a.u.c.


Lex to Repeal Current Items of Legislation I don't have a proper Latin name for this measure yet, but comitia's approval of this item will officially repeal the following legislations:

Lex Arminia Equitia de Dignitate Curule http://www.novaroma.org/tabularium/leges/2004-06-30-ii.html

Lex Arminia Equitia de Sanctitate http://www.novaroma.org/tabularium/leges/2004-08-13-ii.html

The last lines of both these leges (above) nullify their respective legal and binding forces. Further, there is no corresponding constitutional language that I can see to clarify their legal purpose. Although they are remarkable from an academic standpoint, the language of these legislations has caused issues of controversy, which might (at least theoretically) be avoided in future if we repeal them officially.

This Lex did not have lasting effect, and lapsed after approval.

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