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Quia Emptores is a statute passed by the Parliament of England in 1290 during the reign of Edward I that prevented tenants from alienating their lands to others by subinfeudation, instead requiring all tenants who wished to alienate their land to do so by substitution. The statute, along with its companion statute Quo Warranto also passed in 1290, was intended to remedy land ownership disputes and consequent financial difficulties that had resulted from the decline of the traditional feudal system in England during the High Middle Ages. The name Quia Emptores derives from the first two words of the statute in its original mediaeval Latin, which can be translated as "because the buyers". Its long title is A Statute of our Lord The King, concerning the Selling and Buying of Land. It is also

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  • Quia Emptores nel Regno d'Inghilterra del 1290, (dal latino medievale "perché gli acquirenti", l'incipit del writ o documento) è stato uno statuto approvato con Edoardo I d'Inghilterra che ha impedito ai tenutari di un fondo feudale di alienare le loro terre ad altri, per sub-infeudazione, richiedendo invece a tutti gli inquilini che desideravano alienare la loro terra di farlo mediante la sostituzione. "Quia Emptores", abbinato insieme con lo statuto di Quo warranto, aveva lo scopo di risolvere le dispute di proprietà della terra e le conseguenti difficoltà finanziarie provocate dal declino del tradizionale sistema feudale durante il Pieno Medioevo.
  • Quia Emptores is a statute passed by the Parliament of England in 1290 during the reign of Edward I that prevented tenants from alienating their lands to others by subinfeudation, instead requiring all tenants who wished to alienate their land to do so by substitution. The statute, along with its companion statute Quo Warranto also passed in 1290, was intended to remedy land ownership disputes and consequent financial difficulties that had resulted from the decline of the traditional feudal system in England during the High Middle Ages. The name Quia Emptores derives from the first two words of the statute in its original mediaeval Latin, which can be translated as "because the buyers". Its long title is A Statute of our Lord The King, concerning the Selling and Buying of Land. It is also
  • Quia Emptores es un estatuto aprobado en el reinado de Eduardo I de Inglaterra en 1290 que impedía a los inquilinos enajenar sus tierras a otros por subinfeudation, sino que obligaba a todos los inquilinos que deseaban alienar sus tierra, a hacerlo por sustitución. El estatuto, junto con su estatuto complementario de Quo Warranto, tenía por objeto remediar las disputas de propiedad de la tierra y las consiguientes dificultades financieras derivadas del declive del sistema feudal tradicional durante la Alta Edad Media.
  • Quia Emptores или Третий Вестминстерский статут — статут, утверждённый королём Англии Эдуардом I в 1290, установивший запрет на отчуждение земли какого-либо феодала без принятия на себя налоговых и других обязательств, которые имел бывший держатель этой земли. Получил название по первым словам своего текста Quia Emptores («Потому что покупатели»). Задачей данного статута, вместе с другим английским статутом Quo Warranto было уладить земельные споры и финансовые проблемы, связанные с этими спорами, причиной которых стал упадок феодализма в Англии в Средние века. Выдержка из статута:
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