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This edition of the seminal 1959 work retains the original analysis of commonsense causal concepts and includes hundreds of new decisions and a substantial preface in which criticisms are met and a rationale propounded for common-sense causal notions as an element in legal responsibility.
This volume of statutes on tort law is the companion volume to the second edition of "Tort Law" by Dias and Markensinis and should be used in conjunction with the main text or other tort law texts.
The fourth edition of Blackstone's Questions and Answers Family Law shows students how to make the most of their examination and coursework potential in this perennially popular and important subject.
This volume examines the results of various research projects into the economic and social effects of divorce throughout the world. It covers the definition and allocation of property, income support, legal aspects, societal aspects and features of divorce management.
This exceptional collection of nineteen original essays on the philosophical fundamentals of tort law assembles many of the worlds leading commentators on this particularly fascinating conjunction of law and philosophy. The contributions range broadly, from inquiries into how tort law derives from Aristotle, Aquinas, and Kant to the latest rights-based and economic theories of legal responsibility.
The law of torts is based almost entirely on case law and therefore a thorough knowledge of the leading cases is essential if the student is to understand the subject.
The eighth edition offers concise, yet comprehensive and accurate coverage and provides a detailed analysis that encourages an in-depth understanding of this core area of law. Jones' accessible writing style is further developed within a revised page layout that enhances the clear and easy-to-use nature of this popular text.
The law in modern society is a bulky and complex instrument, with a tendency to become less fixed, less rule-oriented, and more discretionary. An institution made by men for the government of men, the law today can all too readily confuse and dismay us. How and why is so many new law made? By what right does a judge order that a man is sent to jail? Why is so much law so bad, and why should we, the people, accept the laws made by those who claim the right to govern us?
The 12th edition of "Statutes on Contract Tort and Restitution" aims to be the leading collection of materials on contract, tort and restitution, including relevant statutes, delegated legislation, Law Commission proposals, EU Directives and Codes
This work has been selected by scholars as being culturally important and is part of the knowledge base of civilization as we know it. This work was reproduced from the original artefact and remains as true to the original work as possible