Recognition and enforcement of foreign judgments in the common law units of the British commonwealth,
Harvard university press,
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|Item Description:||"Until now no one has systematically examined all three bodies of relevant case and legislative authority which have been developed in the dominions of Canada, Australia, and New Zealand with the object of welding them with those of England and Ireland into what the writer, in partial analogy to the expression 'Anglo-American common law,' ventures to term an 'Anglo-dominion common law' of foreign judgments."--p. [ix]|
"This monograph was completed as a thesis in April, 1934; it has since been revised to take account of new decisions and statutes."--Foreword
Appendices: A. Uniform foreign judgments act. B. Foreign judgments (Reciprocal enforcement act, 1933) C. Note concerning "characterization" of things as movable, or immovable
"Cases cited. Statutes cited. Treatises and articles cited": p. -360
|Physical Description:||xiv, 371 p. 23 cm|