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Fundamental legal conceptions as applied in judicial reasoning / / by Wesley Newcomb Hohfeld ; edited by David Campbell and Philip Thomas ; with an introduction by Nigel E. Simmonds
Fundamental legal conceptions as applied in judicial reasoning / / by Wesley Newcomb Hohfeld ; edited by David Campbell and Philip Thomas ; with an introduction by Nigel E. Simmonds
Autore Hohfeld Wesley Newcomb <1879-1918., >
Pubbl/distr/stampa Abingdon, Oxon : , : Routledge, , 2016
Descrizione fisica 1 online resource (144 pages)
Disciplina 340.01
Altri autori (Persone) CampbellDavid <1958->
ThomasPhilip A (Philip Aneurin)
Collana Classical jurisprudence series
Soggetto topico Law - Methodology
Soggetto genere / forma Electronic books.
ISBN 1-138-25471-1
1-315-25482-4
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione eng
Nota di contenuto section 1: Legal conceptions contrasted with non-legal conceptions. Operative facts contrasted with evidential facts. Fundamental jural relations contrasted with one another -- section 2: (a) A right in rem is not a right 'against a thing'. (b) A multital right or claim (right in rem), is not always one relating to a thing, i.e. a tangible object. (c) A single multilateral right, or claim (right in rem), correlates with a duty resting on one person alone, not with many duties (or one duty) resting upon all the members of a very large and indefinite class of persons. (d) A multital right, or claim (right in rem), should not be confused with any co-exisitng privileges of other jural relations that the holder of the multital right or rights may have in respect to the same subject-matter. (e) A multital primary right, or claim (right in rem), should, regarding its character as such, be carefully derentiated from the paucital secondary right, or claim (right in personam), arising from a violation of the former. (f) A multital primary right, or claim (right in rem), should not, regarding its character as such, be confused with, or thought dependent on, the character of the proceedings by which it and the secondary right arising from its violation may be vindicated.
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Hohfeld Wesley Newcomb <1879-1918., >  
Abingdon, Oxon : , : Routledge, , 2016
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Implicit dimensions of contract : discrete, relational, and network contracts / edited by David Campbell, Hugh Collins, John Wightman
Implicit dimensions of contract : discrete, relational, and network contracts / edited by David Campbell, Hugh Collins, John Wightman
Edizione [1st ed.]
Pubbl/distr/stampa Oxford ; Portland, Oregon, : Hart Publishing, 2003
Descrizione fisica 1 online resource (410 p.)
Disciplina 346.02
Collana International studies in the theory of private law
Soggetto topico Contracts
Contracts - Philosophy
Soggetto genere / forma Electronic books.
ISBN 1-4725-5944-4
1-281-16568-9
9786611165680
1-84731-217-9
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione eng
Nota di contenuto List of Contributors -- 1. Introduction: The Research Agenda of Implicit Dimensions of Contracts -- Hugh Collins -- 2. Discovering the Implicit Dimensions of Contracts -- David Campbell and Hugh Collins -- 3. The Real and the Paper Deal: Empirical Pictures of Relationships,Complexity and the Urge for Transparent Simple Rules -- Stewart Macaulay -- 4. After Investors: Interpretation, Expectation and the Implicit Dimension of the 'New Contextualism' -- Roger Brownsword -- 5. Beyond Custom: Contract, Contexts, and the Recognition of Implicit Understandings -- John Wightman -- 6. A Comparison of British and American Attitudes Towards the Exercise of Judicial Discretion in Contract Law -- William C Whitford -- 7. Reflections on Relational Contract Theory after a Neo-classical Seminar -- Ian R Macneil -- 8. Discretionary Powers in Contracts -- Hugh Collins -- 9. Recontractualising the Corporation: Implicit Contract as Ideology -- Paddy Ireland -- 10. Implicit Contracts, Takeovers, and Corporate Governance: In the Shadow of the City Code -- Simon Deakin, Richard Hobbs, David Nash and Giles Slinger -- 11. Expertise as Social Institution: Internalising Third Parties into the Contract -- Gunther Teubner -- 12. Implicit Dimensions of Contract and the Oppression of Minority Shareholders -- Christopher Riley -- Index -- CONTENTS: Introduction: Hugh Collins (LSE); The Real Deal and the Paper Deal: Empirical Pictures, Complexity, and the Urge for the Magic of Transparent, Simple Rules: Stewart Macaulay (Wisconsin); Beyond Custom: Contract, Contexts, and the Recognition of Implicit Understandings: John Wightman (Kent); After Investors: Interpretation, Expectation and the Implicit Ethic of Contract: Roger Brownsword (Sheffield); The Want of Consideration for Fairness: David Campbell (Cardiff); A Comparison of British and American Attitudes Towards the Exercise of Judicial Discretion in Contract Law: William Whitford (Wisconsin); Discretionary Powers in Contracts: Hugh Collins (LSE); Expertise as Social Institution: Internalising Third Parties into the Contract: Gunther Teubner (Frankfurt); Implicit Contracts and the Corporation: Paddy Ireland (Kent); How Do, and How Should, Courts Deal with Implicit Contracts? Lessons from the Corporate Context: Chris Riley (Durham); Implicit Contracts and the Evolution of Corporate Governance: The Case of the City Code on Takeovers and Mergers: Simon Deakin, Richard Hobbs,David Nash and Giles Slinger (Cambridge University); Reflections on Relational Contract Theory after a Neo-classical Seminar: Ian Macneil (Northwestern)
Record Nr. UNINA-9910451338103321
Oxford ; Portland, Oregon, : Hart Publishing, 2003
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Implicit dimensions of contract : discrete, relational, and network contracts / edited by David Campbell, Hugh Collins, John Wightman
Implicit dimensions of contract : discrete, relational, and network contracts / edited by David Campbell, Hugh Collins, John Wightman
Edizione [1st ed.]
Pubbl/distr/stampa Oxford ; Portland, Oregon, : Hart Publishing, 2003
Descrizione fisica 1 online resource (410 p.)
Disciplina 346.02
Collana International studies in the theory of private law
Soggetto topico Contracts
Contracts - Philosophy
Soggetto genere / forma Electronic books.
ISBN 1-4725-5944-4
1-281-16568-9
9786611165680
1-84731-217-9
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione eng
Nota di contenuto List of Contributors -- 1. Introduction: The Research Agenda of Implicit Dimensions of Contracts -- Hugh Collins -- 2. Discovering the Implicit Dimensions of Contracts -- David Campbell and Hugh Collins -- 3. The Real and the Paper Deal: Empirical Pictures of Relationships,Complexity and the Urge for Transparent Simple Rules -- Stewart Macaulay -- 4. After Investors: Interpretation, Expectation and the Implicit Dimension of the 'New Contextualism' -- Roger Brownsword -- 5. Beyond Custom: Contract, Contexts, and the Recognition of Implicit Understandings -- John Wightman -- 6. A Comparison of British and American Attitudes Towards the Exercise of Judicial Discretion in Contract Law -- William C Whitford -- 7. Reflections on Relational Contract Theory after a Neo-classical Seminar -- Ian R Macneil -- 8. Discretionary Powers in Contracts -- Hugh Collins -- 9. Recontractualising the Corporation: Implicit Contract as Ideology -- Paddy Ireland -- 10. Implicit Contracts, Takeovers, and Corporate Governance: In the Shadow of the City Code -- Simon Deakin, Richard Hobbs, David Nash and Giles Slinger -- 11. Expertise as Social Institution: Internalising Third Parties into the Contract -- Gunther Teubner -- 12. Implicit Dimensions of Contract and the Oppression of Minority Shareholders -- Christopher Riley -- Index -- CONTENTS: Introduction: Hugh Collins (LSE); The Real Deal and the Paper Deal: Empirical Pictures, Complexity, and the Urge for the Magic of Transparent, Simple Rules: Stewart Macaulay (Wisconsin); Beyond Custom: Contract, Contexts, and the Recognition of Implicit Understandings: John Wightman (Kent); After Investors: Interpretation, Expectation and the Implicit Ethic of Contract: Roger Brownsword (Sheffield); The Want of Consideration for Fairness: David Campbell (Cardiff); A Comparison of British and American Attitudes Towards the Exercise of Judicial Discretion in Contract Law: William Whitford (Wisconsin); Discretionary Powers in Contracts: Hugh Collins (LSE); Expertise as Social Institution: Internalising Third Parties into the Contract: Gunther Teubner (Frankfurt); Implicit Contracts and the Corporation: Paddy Ireland (Kent); How Do, and How Should, Courts Deal with Implicit Contracts? Lessons from the Corporate Context: Chris Riley (Durham); Implicit Contracts and the Evolution of Corporate Governance: The Case of the City Code on Takeovers and Mergers: Simon Deakin, Richard Hobbs,David Nash and Giles Slinger (Cambridge University); Reflections on Relational Contract Theory after a Neo-classical Seminar: Ian Macneil (Northwestern)
Record Nr. UNINA-9910533738803321
Oxford ; Portland, Oregon, : Hart Publishing, 2003
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Stewart Macaulay : selected works / / David Campbell, editor
Stewart Macaulay : selected works / / David Campbell, editor
Edizione [1st ed. 2020.]
Pubbl/distr/stampa Cham, Switzerland : , : Springer, , [2020]
Descrizione fisica 1 online resource (XIV, 551 p.)
Disciplina 346.0201
Collana Law and Philosophy Library
Soggetto topico Contracts - United States - Philosophy
Contracts - Philosophy
Law - Philosophy
Soggetto genere / forma Electronic books.
ISBN 3-030-33930-0
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione eng
Nota di contenuto Part I Essays on the Work of Stewart Macaulay -- Stewart Macaulay and the Law of Contract -- Law in Reality, Law in Context: On the Work and Influence of Stewart Macaulay -- Part II The Uncollected Papers of Stewart Macaulay -- The Use and Non-use of Contracts in the Manufacturing Industry -- The Standardized Contracts of United States Automobile Manufacturers -- Access to the Legal Systems of the Americas: Informal Processes -- Professional Competence and the Law -- Lawyer Advertising: Yes But . . . -- Private Government -- Long-Term Continuing Relations: the American Experience Regulating Dealerships and Franchises -- Wisconsin’s Legal Tradition -- The Impact of Contract Law on the Economy: Less Than Meets the Eye? -- Introduction -- Introduction -- Part III Core Works on Contract -- Non-Contractual Relations and Business: A Preliminary Study. Elegant Models, Empirical Pictures, and the Complexities of Contract -- An Empirical View of Contract -- The Real and the Paper Deal: Empirical Pictures of Relationships, Complexity and the Urge for Transparent Simple Rules -- Part IV Core Works on Law in Context and New Legal Realism -- Law and the Behavioral Sciences: Is There Any There There? -- The New Versus the Old Legal Realism: “Things Ain’t What They Used to Be” -- A New Legal Realism: Elegant Models and the Messy Law in Action. .
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Cham, Switzerland : , : Springer, , [2020]
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