BURGE'S COMMENTARIES ON COLONIAL AND FOREIGN LAWS GENERALLY IN THEIR CONFLICT WITH EACH OTHER AND WITH THE LAW OF ENGLAND
Item #: 2275
Published: Hampshire; Sweet & Maxwell Ltd.; 1907. Reprinted in 1981.
Series: HISTORICAL WRITINGS IN LAW AND JURISPRUDENCE, FIRST SERIES
Subjects: CONFLICT OF LAWS, COMPARATIVE LAW, UNITED KINGDOM
Recognized as the only legal work which attempts to dealcomparatively with the main divisions of law of persons andproperty in the systems of the British dominions and thoseof foreign countries. Nine systems of law are dealt with inthis book besides English law. "...The main value of thistreatise consists in its collection of actual laws of allcivilized countries...upon the Conflict of Laws.It is thenas to the actual doctrines of substantive law and of theconflict of Laws that we welcome the new edition of thiswork."--J.H.B. Harv. L. Rev. 25:298-299
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