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|Formato Físico Adicional:||Online version:
Harvard legal essays.
Cambridge, Mass. : Harvard University Press, 1934
|Pessoa Denominada:||Joseph Henry Beale; Samuel Williston; Joseph Henry Beale; Samuel Williston|
|Tipo de Documento:||Livro|
|Todos os Autores / Contribuintes:||
Joseph Henry Beale; Samuel Williston; Morton Carlisle Campbell; Harvard Law School.
|Notas:||Edited by Roscoe Pound. cf. Pref.|
|Descrição:||xviii, 553 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm|
|Conteúdos:||Joseph Henry Beale. Biographical note with portrait --
Samuel Williston. Biographical note with portrait --
Protection against indirect attack / by M.C. Campbell --
Professor Beale's ancestor / by Zechariah Chafee, Jr. --
The first half century of statutory regulation of business corporations in Massachusetts / by E.M. Dodd, Jr --
The law applicable by the Permanent Court of International Justice / by M.O. Hudson --
A list of legal treatises printed in the British colonies and the American states before 1801 / by E.R. James --
Statutes and the sources of law / by J.M. Landis --
Some pictures come to court / by Sayre Macneil --
Taxing the exercise of natural rights / by J.M. Maguire --
Federal constitutional limitations upon presumptions created by state legislation / by E.M. Morgan --
Twentieth-century ideas as to the end of law / by Roscoe Pound --
Sovereignty, democracy, and the rights of minorities / by Joseph Redlich --
The present significance of "mens rea" in the criminal law / by F.B. Sayre --
Protective trusts / by A.W. Scott --
Speculations as to "respondeat superior" / by W.A. Seavey --
Unilateral mistake and unjust enrichment as a ground for the avoidance of legal transactions / by J.B. Thayer --
Trespass to air space / by E.S. Thurston --
The writtings of Joseph Henry Beale and Samuel Williston to January 1, 1934 / by the staff of the Harvard Law School Library.
|Responsabilidade:||written in honor of and presented to Joseph Henry Beale and Samuel Williston, by Morton Carlisle Campbell [and others].|