Over its two volumes, it pulls no punches and covers the whole range of conflict of laws in a detailed and clear manner and is, in general, easy to read but is better placed as a reference book for the knowledgeable reader than as a textbook for students starting this fascinating subject. It explains traditional methods of securing debts such as mortgages, charges, and pledges on property other than land, describing how these are created, how they must be registered or otherwise 'perfected' if they are to be valid, the rights and duties of the parties, and how the security is enforced if the debt is not paid. From United Kingdom to U. Explanation of each rule is followed by comment, and illustration by detailed reference to case law, ensuring it remains an in-depth but accessible research tool. With the official launch reception only a couple of weeks away, the latest edition of the one of the world's foremost authorities on private international law is now available for purchase.
This site is like a library, you could find million book here by using search box in the widget. Nature and scope of the conflict of laws -- Characterisation and the incidental question -- The time factor -- The exclusion of foreign law -- Domicile and residence -- Substance and procedure -- International litigation : protective measures and judicial assistance -- Proof of foreign law -- Jurisdictional immunities -- Jurisdiction in claims in personam -- Forum non convenience, lis alibi pendens, anti-suit injunctions and jurisdiction agreements -- Jurisdiction in admiralty claims in rem -- Foreign judgments -- Jurisdiction and enforcement of judgments under multilateral conventions -- Arbitration and foreign awards. This part is now largely a commentary on the Rome Regulations but has interesting forays into the historical common law position. It is an essential work for every practitioner who deals with private international law, including contracts made or performed in other jurisdictions or with foreign parties, property situated overseas, disputes relating to torts committed abroad or committed by foreign parties, and personal and family matters involving people in other jurisdictions. The book is split into seven parts and across two volumes, each of which has a slightly different focus.
Scholarly and incisive, these essays will be required reading for all academics and practitioners interested in international litigation. May include supplemental or companion materials if applicable. In fair condition, suitable as a study copy. The book offers academics and practitioners a selection of the best essays written over a twenty-year period, updated where necessary with introductory prefaces outlining the most important subsequent developments. Item may show signs of shelf wear. There is a whole chapter covering arbitration.
Berriedale Keith 1932 Fifth Edition A. Among the highlights is a report of the author's recent Hague lecture on Provisional and Protective Measures in International Litigation. This is an area which has a significant number of recent developments, as governments and courts have attempted to deal with complex cross-border insolvency issues that have arisen out of the recession. Original red Hardboard with Library label on front cover. Remains of library plates on back inside cover.
Customer service is our top priority. This book has hardback covers. Dicey 1922 Third Edition A. Volume 2 looks at specific areas of law that are most likely to feature in conflict of laws cases. From United Kingdom to U. Part 4 covers family law issues, including marriage, divorce and children. The E-mail message field is required.
Lightly blotchy, one corner lightly creased. Chapter 6 considers company and insolvency conflicts. These alternately dystopian and utopian viewpoints inspire this original collection of essays on law without nations. These are not currently treated by the law as security and are therefore subject to different rules on perfection, priority, and enforcement. This book examines the ways in which the growing internationalization of law affects domestic national law, the relationship between cosmopolitan legal ideas and understandings of national identity, and the intersections of identity and law based on the liberal tradition of jurisprudence and transnational influences. The thirteenth edition of this outstanding legal treatise is quite as good as its legal predecessors were and Dicey and Morris retains its position as one of the very best of legal practitioners' works as well as prominence as an academic text. The editors of the current edition should be congratulated for fully maintaining and enhancing the reputation of this excellent book.
Ultimately, Law without Nations offers sharp analyses of the fraught relationship between the nation and the state—and the legal forms and practices that they require, constitute, and violently contest. Available from , , and. This edition contains relevant points from the Banking Act 2009 concerning its impact on security, such as the power to protect certain interests on a transfer of property, and also considers amendments regarding liquidators' expenses under the Insolvency Rules. It provides definitive reference for all practitioners concerned with issues such as contracts made or performed in other jurisdictions or with foreign parties, property situated overseas, disputes relating to torts committed abroad or committed by foreign parties, and personal and family matters involving people in other jurisdictions. Dicey 1908 Second Edition A. In addition the book covers the law governing other transactions that perform a similar economic function such as finance leases, retention of title clauses, and sales of a company's book debts. Morris 1967 Eighth Edition J.
It is indeed, impossible to imagine a major set of chambers or firm of solicitors without his book. The book offers academics and practitioners a selection of the best essays written over a twenty-year period, updated where necessary with introductory prefaces outlining the most important subsequent developments. Remains of library plates on back inside cover. This volume covers the whole range of legal incidences. Laminated soft cover and contents in very good clean condition. The contributors explore a variety of topical subjects, including judicial approaches to 'top-down' and 'bottom-up' methods; teaching trusts law; the protection of privacy in private law; the development of the law of unjust enrichment; the private law consequences of theft; equity's jurisdiction to relieve against forfeiture; the nature of fiduciary relationships and obligations; the duties of trustees; compensation and disgorgement remedies; partial rescission; the role of unconscionability in proprietary estoppel; and the nature of registered title to land.
The format dates from the time when there was relatively little case law or statute law on the subject, and A. Previously published as The Law of Personal Property Security, this new edition brings together all of the law on this complex area, providing guidance in the context of commercial practice, especially with increased coverage of conflict of laws, priority, insolvency, and enforcement. Part 1 of the book covers the broad outline of the subject and its recent advances. Overall, Dicey, Morris and Collins is a helpful resource for anyone working or studying international private law but is not for the faint of heart. Kept up to date by supplements.
All books are in clear copy here, and all files are secure so don't worry about it. Morris 1980 Tenth Edition J. This publication belongs to the selective group of books that sets standards in its particular field. At the same time, law divorced from nations would clear the ground for a cosmopolitan vision in which the prejudices or idiosyncrasies of distinctive national traditions would give way to more universalist groundings for law. It also addresses the changes brought about by the abolition of Slavenburg registration. In poor condition, suitable as a reading copy. Pages may include limited notes and highlighting.