The Nature of the Common Law
Much of our law is based on authoritative texts, such as constitutions and statutes. The common law, in contrast, is that part of the law that is established by the courts. Common law rules predominate in some areas of law, such as torts and contracts, and are extremely important in other areas, such as corporations. Nevertheless, it has been far from clear what principles courts use--or should use--in establishing common law rules. In this lucid yet subtly argued book, Melvin Eisenberg develops the principles that govern this process.
Specifications of The Nature of the Common Law
|Author||Melvin Aron Eisenberg|
|Publisher||Harvard University Press|
|Number Of Pages||224|
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