COMMENTARIES ON THE LIBERTY OF THE SUBJECT AND THE LAWS OF ENGLAND RELATING TO THE SECURITY OF THE PERSON
Item #: 2304
Published: London; Macmillan & Co.; 1877. Reprinted in 1980.
Subjects: CIVIL RIGHTS, PROPERTY
The Liberty of the Subject has a twofold meaning; first,that it indicates the line, beyond which the Crown cannotlawfully interfere with the person or property of thesubject; and second, it also includes the relations betweensubject and subject.
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