A comprehensive account of the contemporary English rules of precedent, dealing with sources of law, legal reasoning, and legal theory. Examines jurisprudential problems which are triggered by case-law in general, and more particularly by the English doctrine of precedent.
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Rupert Cross is at Magdalen College, Oxford. J. W. Harris is at Keble College, Oxford.Review:
`The best book in its field on the topic.'
Mark Lunney, King's College London
`This is an excellent book and it is an essential reading for anyone who wants to know the operation of English law.'
Say Hak Goo, University of Exeter
`This is an excellent book which will remain a primary text for many years to come.'
Stephen Shute, Corpus Christi College
`An excellent survey of `precedent' in English law.'
A.M. McGuire, Leicester Polytechnic
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Book Description Oxford University Press, 1979. Paperback. Book Condition: Used; Acceptable. Ships from the UK within 24 hours. Third edition. Hinges cracked internally. Previous owners annotations/highlighting. Bookseller Inventory # BBI2419069
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Book Description Oxford University Press (Clarendon), GB, 1979. Paperback. Book Condition: VG. A clean tight copy.Pencil annotation to a few text pages. Bookseller Inventory # kb160.024