Get this from a library! Lietuvos statutai: jų kūrėjai ir epocha. [Stanislav Antonovich Lazutka]. metų Lietuvos Statutas (The Lithuanian Statute of ). Vol. 2, Tekstai ( The texts). Kaunas: “Spindulio” bendrovės spaustuvė, Lauchert, Friedrich. Lietuvos statutai, jų kūrėjai ir epocha: [, by Stasys. Lietuvos statutai, jų kūrėjai ir epocha: [, , ]. by Stasys Lazutka. Print book. Lithuanian.
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The statute in turn declared the laws that conflicted with itself to be unconstitutional. Close Audio and video information about the exhibit Audio information.
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Translations of the statute were printed in Muscovite Russia and also in Poland, where at that time laws were not thoroughly codified and the Lithuanian statute was consulted in some cases where respective Polish laws were unclear or missing. The Liwtuvos consist of three legal codesandall written in Ruthenian languagetranslated into Latin and later Polish.
Muziejuje eksponuojamas m. Many features of the statute were not in line satutai the provisions iletuvos the Union of Lublin, which is not at all mentioned in the statute. The main purpose of the First Statute was to standardise and collect various tribal and customary laws in order to codify them as a single document. Progressive features included a tendency toward severe penalties, including capital punishment, which was in line with the general trend in contemporary European law cf.
Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. One of the main sources of the statutes was Old Russian Law. This article needs additional citations for verification. The Statutes of Lithuaniaoriginally known as the Statutes of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania were a 16th-century codification of all the legislation of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania and its successor, the Polish—Lithuanian Commonwealth. Retrieved 17 February If the photo of the exhibit is created by the photographer, the photographer’s name and surname must be specified.
It is not allowed to reuse, distribute or in any other way use website content National Museum Palace of the Grand Dukes leituvos Lithuania without written, prior agreement of the museum. Many of these offices at the time were held by members of the Sapieha family, lietuvoa the changes were at least partly made with a view towards reducing their power.
The Grand Duke did this because of pressure from the Lithuanian nobilityas the expansion of nobles’ rights since the publication of the first statute had made it redundant. The Statutes of Lithuania were a sign of the progressive European legal tradition, and were cited as precedent in Polish and Livonian courts.
It was in force in the territory of Lithuania until when it got replaced by the Russian laws. In this category fall e.
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Yet, the hurdles for a peasant to have a noble tried and convicted were nevertheless higher than the other way around. Audio and video information about statutsi exhibit. National Museum Palace of the Grand Dukes of Lithuania the provided information is only for reading and watching purposes.
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Statutes of Lithuania were translated to Latin because of it’s superior terminology and to avoid ambiguity. The stattuai also instituted Polish as the administrative language, replacing Ruthenianin written documents and court proceedings, contradicting the wording of the Third Statute.
The third variant of the Statute had particularly many humane features, such as: When using digital content, you must specify the following: Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable statutal.
They formed the basis of the legal system of the Grand Duchy. Retrieved 6 September The statute was the first one to be printed in contrast to the handwritten statutes before in Ruthenian language using Cyrillic alphabet. After forming an association with Poland —including both the dynastic union — and the confederated Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth — —the Lithuanian Statutes were the Grand Duchy’s greatest expression of independence.
Furthermore, they had a major influence on statuati encoding of the Russian legal code, Sobornoye Ulozheniye. The statute was supported by Lithuanian magnateslietuvow they granted them special powers and privileges allowing them to keep the lesser Lithuanian nobility [ citation needed ] and peasants in lietuvoz. In the event that the author is unknown or anonymous, it must be indicated that the author is unknown or anonymous.
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These conflicts between statutory schemes in Lithuania and Poland persisted for many years. The statute re-organized and modified existing law, and also included new laws. To get the permission please send requests to info valdovurumai. Retrieved from ” https: However, these plans came to naught when Russia, abetted by Austria and Prussiapartitioned the Commonwealth, although leaving the Lietuvvos Statutes in effect in Lithuania until Description Exhibit description Pilnas pavadinimas: Articles with Lithuanian-language external links Webarchive template wayback links CS1 Lithuanian-language sources lt Articles needing additional references from May All articles needing additional references Pages using multiple image with auto scaled images All articles with unsourced statements Articles with unsourced statements from November Articles with unsourced statements from June Use dmy dates from May Inefforts were made to change the system and do away with the privileges of the nobility, creating a constitutional monarchy with a modern citizenry see Constitution of 3 May.
Copying or imitating design elements on other lieetuvos is strictly forbidden. Views Read Edit View history. This page was last edited on 23 Septemberat Malleus Maleficarum ; also the statute codified that crimes committed by or against people from different social ranks were nevertheless punished alike, following the idea of equal worth of human life.