NEW MISCELLANY AT LAW YET ANOTHER DIVERSION FOR LAWYERS AND OTHERS
Item #: 59449
Pages: 392 pp.
Published: Clark; The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd.; 2005. Reprinted in 2005.
Subjects: LEGAL ANECDOTES
Should horses in Charleston be required to wear diapers?Does the 'hotchpot' rule apply when dividing a testator's17 residuary elephants? Which verse in the Old Testamentwas the life-saving "neck verse"? May sexual intercoursebe conducted on a "without prejudice" basis? These questionsand many others like them are raised but not always fullyanswered in A New Miscellany-at-Law. This follows the samestyle as its two predecessors but consists of entirely newmaterial, some of it suggested by the readers of the firsttwo volumes. Like them, it collects accounts of strange andremarkable cases, striking court-room exchanges, wise andwitty utterances from the Bench, and much else thatillumines the law.Reprinted by The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd.Distributed by William S. Hein & Co., Inc.
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