Rescinded Laws (Roman Republic)

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Note: The following laws are no longer active, they exist here for record keeping and historical purposes.


Name Date Passed in Senate Date Passed in Assembly Assembly Passing Law Date Rescinded Summary
LEX CURIATORUM: On the election procedure and election irregularities within Roman Assemblies N/A VII Id. Mart. T. Flavio P. Iunio cos. (March 9, 2016) Comitia Curiata V Id. Nov. T. Flavio P. Iunio cos. (Nov 9, 2016) by Comitia Tributa Outlining the manner in which the tribes/centuries vote and how election results are reported. This lex also addresses the manner in which disputed elections are dealt with and who has access to confidential ballots.
LEX CURIATORUM: On assessing performance and rewarding a denarii stipend to outgoing elected magistrates N/A IV Kal. Mai. T. Flavio P. Iunio cos. (April 28, 2016) Comitia Curiata Pr. Non. Dec T. Flavio P. Iunio cos. (Dec 4th, 2016) by Comitia Centuriata Outlining the process of assessing the performance of outgoing magistrates based on basic criteria describing the various elected offices 
LEX ATIA: On the Gentes and Gentile Assemblies Kal. Iun. T. Flavio P. Iunio cos. (June 1st, 2016) III Non. Iul. T. Flavio P. Iunio cos. (July 5th, 2016) Comitia Centuriata Pr. Non. Dec T. Flavio P. Iunio cos. (Dec 4th, 2016) by Comitia Centuriata This lex defines the institutions of the Gens and Gentile Assembly. It also regulates inheritance rights and naming conventions.

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