Anglo-American trends in restitution
The legal profession has become more & more internationalized & in today's modern world jurists can no longer limit themselves to studying the laws of their own country. This book is intended primarily to be used as a textbook for introductory courses on foreign & comparative law. It can also be used by legal practitioners who wish to acquire a basic knowledge about English, American, French, German, Chinese & Moslem law, as well as the socialist legal systems, & about the methodological problems arising in connection with the study of & working with foreign law in general.
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