Rescinded Laws (Roman Republic)
From Roman Republic
(Maintained by the Praetors)
Note: The following laws are no longer active, they exist here for record keeping and historical purposes.
|Name||Date Passed in Senate||Date Passed in Assembly||Assembly Passing Law||Date Rescinded||Summary|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.|