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" Standing at the beginning of a century and in the first year of Edward VII, thinking of the wide lands which call him king, thinking of our complex and loosely-knit British Commonwealth, we cannot look into the future without serious misgivings. If unity... "
English Law and the Renaissance: The Rede Lecture for 1901 - Página 21
por Frederic William Maitland - 1901 - 98 páginas
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Harvard Law Review, Volumen21

1908
...looselyknit British Commonwealth, we cannot look into the future without misgivings. If unity of law — such unity as there has been — disappears, much else...speak frankly) unity of law is precarious. . . . The so-called common law of one colony will swerve from that of another, and both from that of England....
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English Law and the Renaissance: With Some Notes

Frederic William Maitland - 1901 - 98 páginas
...British Commonwealth, we cannot look into the future without serious misgivings. If unity of law — such unity as there has been — disappears, much else...have been litigious ; the great Ihering admired our litigiousness74; it is one of our more amiable traits ; but it seems to me idle to believe that distant...
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Annual Report of the American Bar Association: Including ..., Volumen33

American Bar Association - 1908
...law world in sending out new statutes and decisions. In 1901 Professor Maitland said mournfully, " Unity of law is precarious. The power of the parliament...receding into the ghostly company of legal fictions." As to the possible unifying power of the jurisdiction of the Privy Council he says, " It seems to me...
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The Central Law Journal, Volumen66

1908
...knit British commonwealth, we cannot look into the future without misgiving. If unity of law — such unity as there has been — disappears, much else...speak frankly) unity of law is precarious. . . . The so-called common law of one colony will swerve from that of another, and both from that of England."...
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The High Court of Parliament and Its Supremacy: An Historical Essay on the ...

Charles Howard McIlwain - 1910 - 408 páginas
...British Commonwealth, we cannot look into the future without serious misgivings. If unity of law — such unity as there has been — disappears, much else...is fast receding into the ghostly company of legal fictions."2 1 Maitland, Introduction to Gierke's Political Theoritt of the Middle Agt, p. xliii. s...
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The High Court of Parliament and Its Supremacy: An Historical Essay on the ...

Charles Howard McIlwain - 1910 - 408 páginas
...British Commonwealth, we cannot look into the future without serious misgivings. If unity of law — such unity as there has been — disappears, much else...is fast receding into the ghostly company of legal fictions."2 1 Maitland, Introduction to Gierke's Political Thtoritt of tht Middlt Agt,-p. xliii. *...
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The Canadian Law Times, Volumen32

1912
...British Commonwealth, we cannot look into the future without serious misgivings. If unity of law — such unity as there has been — disappears, much else...speak frankly) unity of law is precarious. The power cf the Parliament of the United Kingdom to legislate for the Colonies is fast receding into the ghostly...
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The Chains of Colonial Inheritance: Searching for Identity in a Subservient ...

Adam Jamrozik - 2004 - 208 páginas
...British Empire. This was by no means a request for complete independence. It was only in 1986 that the power of the Parliament of the United Kingdom to legislate for Australia was removed (Australia Act 1986). 2 Notwithstanding the Act of 1986, links with the British...
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English Law and the Renaissance: (the Rede Lecture for 1901) with Some Notes

Frederic William Maitland - 1901 - 98 páginas
...British Commonwealth, we cannot look into the future without serious misgivings. If unity of law — such unity as there has been — disappears, much else...have been litigious ; the great Ihering admired our litigiousness74; it is one of our more amiable traits ; but it seems to me idle to believe that distant...
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