EXPOSITION OF OUR JUDICIAL SYSTEM AND CIVIL PROCEDURE, AS RECONSTRUCTED UNDER THE JURIDICATURE ACTS INCLUDING THE ACT OF 1876 WITH COMMENTS ON THEIR EFFECT AND OPERATION
Item #: 61130
Pages: xxiv, 398 pp.
Published: London, New York; Longmans, Green and Co.; 1877. Reprinted in 2007.
Subjects: CIVIL PROCEDURE, JURISPRUDENCE
"Mr. Finlason's treatise deals with the entire Juridicatureas a working unit. 'The object of the work,' he says, 'is toexplain the broad principles and main provisions of the Actsand their practical effect and operation, and especially toexhibit the necessary connection between the different partsof the subject, and above all, to show how the principleswhich govern every part of procedure, down to its mostparticular details, emanate from a few general principles -the governing principle of all being the necessity for theadaption of Juridicature and procedure to the nature of thejurisdiction to be exercised in different classes of cases,that is, the judicial business to be discharged, or thejudicial work to be done." - 2 Law Mag. & Rev. Juris &Quart. Dig. All Rep. Cases 5th Ser. 25-253 (1876-1877)
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