King Casimir the Great approves numerous regulations of the city council of Krakow, including rules for the division of property between the king and the city after a foreign merchant who died without successors, and a ban on testing city property in favor of clerical persons and institutions
Group publication title:
Miejskie regulacje spadkowe XIV w. – poł. XVII w.
Piekosiński, Franciszek (1844-1906)
clergy ; non-testamentary inheritance ; tenure ; suburbs ; royal treasury ; dead-end property ; church property ; donation ; applicable law ; court of competent jurisdiction
CELSA. Ius commune and local testamentary succession laws in the periphery of the European academic tradition. A comparative analysis of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth and the Low Countries.
Kodeks dyplomatyczny miasta Krakowa, t. I, cz. 1, wyd. F. Piekosiński, Kraków 1885, nr 32, s. 36-39