2 edition of Principles of Scottish Private Law found in the catalog.
Principles of Scottish Private Law
David M. Walker
August 11, 1983
by Oxford University Press, USA
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||490|
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This extensively revised and rearranged edition deals with rights arising in connection with trusts and succession on death. Principles of Scottish private law, Hardcover – January 1, by David M Walker (Author) See all 2 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
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Principles of Scottish Private Law - volumes Publisher: Oxford University Press. is to provide students and practitioners of the law with a statement of the chief principles and rules of the law of obligations in Scotland.
It deals with. Principles are an essential pre-requisite for research into Scottish private law where, in many areas, there are still no adequate modern texts. The first volume begins with an examination of some of the unique features of Scots law and the Scottish legal system.
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Scottish private law, having developed through the competing influences of the English Common Law and the continental Civil Law, acts as a bridge between these two great legal families. It contains elements of both and is uniquely valuable as a basis of comparative study.
George Joseph Bell, PRINCIPLES OF THE LAW OF SCOTLAND, FOURTH EDITION, with an introduction by Kenneth G C Reid Edinburgh: Edinburgh Legal Education Trust, Old Studies in Scots Law, vol 1, xxviii + xx + pp. ISBN £ One of the distinguishing features of Scots law, and of Scots private law in particular, is the role.
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