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This is the second part of an article addressing the puzzle of the end of law teaching in the Scottish universities at the start of the seventeenth century at the very time when there was strong pressure for the advocates of the Scots bar to have an academic education in Civil Law. It...
This article seeks to re-examine the circumstances in which common interest is to be found, against the background ofthe definition by Bell, and in particular to consider whether there is a right of common interest which is intermediate between that of common property on the one hand and a...
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