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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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sold

   Part, Question
1 2, 2 | things, which cannot be sold. Hence it is written (Prov. 2 2, 105 | the jubilee all that ~is sold shall return to the vendor ( 3 2, 105 | if possessions were to be sold ~indiscriminately, they 4 2, 105 | the Law allowed them to be sold in perpetuity, like movable 5 2, 105 | no walls," ~could not be sold in perpetuity: because such 6 2, 105 | of Egypt: let them not be sold as ~bondmen": and consequently, 7 2, 53 | Ananias with Saphira his wife, sold a piece of land, and by 8 2, 75 | on the part of the thing sold;~(3) Whether the seller 9 2, 75 | reveal a fault in the thing sold?~(4) Whether it is lawful 10 2, 75 | depend not only on the thing sold, but on the loss which the ~ 11 2, 75 | through a fault in the thing sold?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[77] A[ 12 2, 75 | through a fault in the thing sold. For less account should 13 2, 75 | on the part of the thing sold, it seems that ~a sale is 14 2, 75 | unlawful through the thing sold being defective.~Aquin.: 15 2, 75 | OBJ 3: Further, the thing sold is rendered defective by 16 2, 75 | by a fault (in the thing sold).~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[77] A[ 17 2, 75 | pertaining to the thing ~which is sold. One, in respect of the 18 2, 75 | defects be ~in the thing sold, and he knows nothing about 19 2, 75 | hidden qualities of the thing sold, but only of such as render 20 2, 75 | the defects of the thing sold?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[77] A[ 21 2, 75 | the defects ~of the thing sold. Since the seller does not 22 2, 75 | the defects ~of the thing sold.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[77] A[ 23 2, 75 | any defect in ~the thing sold: for instance, if the seller 24 2, 76 | use may not be lawfully sold. In like manner there may ~ 25 2, 76 | Reply OBJ 4: Money cannot be sold for a greater sum than the 26 2, 76 | just price of the goods sold. On the other ~hand if a 27 2, 76 | accruing from usury must be sold, and the ~price repaid to 28 2, 76 | commanded that ~the property be sold, and the price be restored, 29 2, 84 | of a dog he has lawfully sold. Therefore it is not ~lawful 30 2, 98 | transferred with the property sold, and is granted ~"in fee." 31 2, 98 | Hence in a way they can be sold, but not as annexed to spiritual ~ 32 2, 98 | their consecration cannot be sold. Yet their ~material can 33 2, 98 | Yet their ~material can be sold for the needs of the Church 34 2, 98 | transferred with the property sold or granted.~Aquin.: SMT 35 2, 152 | also caused Joseph to be sold.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[154] A[ 36 2, 183 | divine worship are to be sold ~for the ransom of prisoners, 37 3, 44 | cast out all them that sold and ~bought," the same Jerome 38 3, 46 | Isaias says (52:3): "You were sold gratis, and you shall be ~ 39 3, 74 | consecrate all the bread which is sold in the market and all the 40 3, 75 | piecemeal in a dead body, or as sold in the shambles, not ~as 41 3, 77 | piecemeal, in a dead body, or as sold in the shambles." Consequently, ~ 42 3, 83 | selling of Christ. Now he was sold to the ~Priests, to the 43 3, 83 | price for which He was ~sold, viz. thirty pence. And 44 3, 83 | seller, and of Christ Who was sold.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[83] A[ 45 Suppl, 39| a cleric may lawfully be sold ~as a slave; for a bishop 46 Suppl, 39| Nola, Paulinus, to wit, sold himself as a ~slave as related 47 Suppl, 52| faith; for instance if he be sold to ~unbelievers, or if her


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