4 edition of The Theory and Development of Common-Law Actions (Foundations of Legal Liability) found in the catalog.
by Beard Books
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||592|
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The book is interesting reading for all students of the law as well as for those interested in the historical developments emanating from common law pleading. As the author so aptly declares, "In the law of actions is to be found the most workable and most productive mine to which those who would become conversant with the fundamental.
The book is interesting reading for all students of the law as well as for those interested in the historical developments emanating from common law pleading. As the author so aptly declares, “In the law of actions is to be found the most workable and most productive mine to which those who would become conversant with the fundamental.
A great book for distilling academic research of various periods into a comprehensible and very readable narrative of common law development. Its organic presentation of that development makes the history both more understandable and more memorable. The book is also unusually aesthetically pleasing compared to its colleagues--lots of colorful Cited by: COVID Resources.
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The ﬁrst subject to be discussed is the general theory of liability The Origin of Legal Procedure in the Com-position for Vengeance civil and criminal. The Common Law has changed a good deal since the beginning of our series of reports, and the search after a theory which may now be said to prevail is very much a study of tendencies.
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