PRINCIPLES AND MAXIMS OF JURISPRUDENCE
Item #: 11319
Pages: xxiv, 408 pp.
Published: London; John W. Parker and Son; 1856. Reprinted in 2001.
Subjects: JURISPRUDENCE, LEGAL HISTORY, ROMAN LAW
In this study of important principles and maxims of Romanlaw, Phillimore provides commentary on selected maxims ofPapinian, Ulpian, Paulus, Scaevola, Marcianus and Gaius;sets forth rules for the interpretation of law, contracts,and wills and discusses arguments used in the Pandects.With a table of cases. Phillimore was an English juristcalled to the Bar in 1832 who later became a Reader inConstitutional Law and Legal History to the Inns of theCourt...Marke, A Catalogue of the Law Collection at New YorkUniversity (1953) 921. Walker, The Oxford Companion to Law956. Catalogues of the Library of the Law School of HarvardUniversity (1909) II:343.Reprinted by The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd.Distributed by William S. Hein & Co., Inc.
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