American/Australian/New Zealand law: parallels and contrasts : papers presented in Sydney, Australia, from 11-16 August 1980 at a meeting between the American Bar Association, Law Council of Australia, New Zealand Law Society, to commemorate the bicentenary of the death of William Blackstone (1723-1780).

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ABA, 1980 - Law - 498 pages
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This work compares common,law in these countries. Topics discussed include foreign investment, estate law, tort law, litigation, legal ethics, specialization, environmental law, class actions, and the judiciary.

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Contents

MONDAY
1
FOREIGN INVESTMENT IN NEW ZEALAND
20
THE PARADOX OF TOO MANY
35
CAUSES CONSEQUENCES
49
A PLEA FOR CAUTION
67
WHO SHOULD BEAR THE COSTS OF LITIGATION?
413
SOME OBSERVATIONS ON CLASS ACTION PRACTICE
429
CLASS ACTIONS FOR AUSTRALIA? DO THEY ALREADY
451
SENTENCING
469
AUTHOR INDEX
493
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