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A History Of Lay Judges
     

A History Of Lay Judges

by John Philip Dawson
 

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An analysis of the divergent legal systems in England, France, Germany and Rome showing the relationship of the courts to the community, the legal structure and political organizations. The work examines the evolution of medieval French and German courts from the Roman canonist system. This study also explores the role of the local courts in England and examines in

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An analysis of the divergent legal systems in England, France, Germany and Rome showing the relationship of the courts to the community, the legal structure and political organizations. The work examines the evolution of medieval French and German courts from the Roman canonist system. This study also explores the role of the local courts in England and examines in detail the workings and influence of a typical manor court, Redgrave, in Suffolk, England, (which was owned by Sir Nicholas Bacon, the father of Sir Francis Bacon) for the period up to 1711. Extensive notes, indexed. Scholars interested in the roots of the modern political structures in Europe will find this work of supreme benefit.

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ISBN-13:
9781886363694
Publisher:
The Lawbook Exchange
Publication date:
03/30/2010
Edition description:
FACSIMILE
Pages:
322
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.88(d)

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