Common Law, Civil Law, and Colonial Law

Common Law, Civil Law, and Colonial Law

Essays in Comparative Legal History from the Twelfth to the Twentieth Centuries

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Introduction: Situating, researching and writing comparative legal History John Hudson and William Eves; 1 'In aliquibus locis est consuetudo': French lawyers and the Lombard customs of Fiefs in the mid-thirteenth century Attilio Stella; 2. What does Regiam maiestatem actually say (and what does it mean)? Alice Taylor; 3. James VI and I, rex et iudex: One king as judge in two kingdoms Ian Williams; 4. George Harris and the comparative legal background of the first English translation of Justinian's Institutes Lukasz Jan Korporowicz; 5. The nature of custom: Legal science and comparative legal History in Blackstone's commentaries Andrew J. Cecchinato; 6. Through a glass darkly: English common law seen through the lens of the Goettingische gelehrte Anzeigen (Eighteenth century) Carsten Fischer; 7. Looking afresh at the French roots of continuous easements in English law Ciara Kennefick; 8. Case law in Germany: The significance of Seuffert's Archiv Clara Gunzl; 9. Leone Levi (1821-1888) and the History of comparative commercial law Annamaria Monti; 10. Radical title of the crown and aboriginal Title: North America 1763, New South Wales 1788 and New Zealand 1840 David V. Williams; 11. The High Court of Australia at mid-century: Concealed frustrations, private advocacy and the break with English Law Tanya Josev; 12. English societal laws as the origins of the comprehensive slave laws of the British West Indies Justine Collins.
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Legal history; comparative history; law; common law; civil law; colonial law; medieval history; early modern history