Departmental Bulletin Paper 鎌倉幕府の知行保護法制 : 知行保持訴訟と外題安堵法の運用を中心に
The Kamakura Shogunate's Legal Protection of Possession: Documents Forbidding Dispossession and Confirming Possession

松園, 潤一朗

15 ( 1 )  , pp.99 - 116 , 2016-03-10 , 一橋大学大学院法学研究科
One characteristic of procedural law in medieval Japan is that in cases where a plaintiff brought a claim for dispossession, the authorities restored such possession without examining the defendant (dispossessor). However, since many institutional differences existed among the various authorities, it is important to determine where those common procedures stood within the framework of each legal system. This article investigates the procedure that existed under the Kamakura Shogunate and the function of the confirmation document (ando) by which the authorities recognized the possession (chigyo) of the feudal lords.

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