The Law Relating to Protestant Curates and the Residence of Incumbents on Their Benefices in England and Ireland (Classic Reprint) by C. D. Field, Paperback | Barnes & Noble
The Law Relating to Protestant Curates and the Residence of Incumbents on Their Benefices in England and Ireland (Classic Reprint)

The Law Relating to Protestant Curates and the Residence of Incumbents on Their Benefices in England and Ireland (Classic Reprint)

by C. D. Field
     
 

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"Interest rcipublicœ ut sit finis litium." The only method of diminishing the number of civil actions which legislation has discovered is the device of limitation, which forbids a suit, unless preferred within a certain time after the

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Excerpt from The Law Relating to Protestant Curates and the Residence of Incumbents on Their Benefices in England and Ireland

"Interest rcipublicœ ut sit finis litium." The only method of diminishing the number of civil actions which legislation has discovered is the device of limitation, which forbids a suit, unless preferred within a certain time after the cause of action has arisen. The influence of civil government has never been effectually directed to prevent those lites which, once moved, can only be set at rest by the final decision of a judicial tribunal. It was for a long time supposed that punitive measures were the only available means of suppressing crime. Bentham advocated the great efficacy of preventive measures, calling into operation with wonderful practical effect (as the event has proved) the trite maxim "prevention is better than cure."

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ISBN-13:
9781332084074
Publisher:
FB &c Ltd
Publication date:
07/28/2015
Pages:
260
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.55(d)

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