Comparative Law Casebook

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Transnational Publishers, Jan 1, 2001 - Law - 626 pages
This casebook represents the extraordinary scholarship, vision, organizational and translation skill of the renowned international law scholar, the late Professor Stefan Riesenfeld. The cases and materials contained in this volume were developed by Professors Riesenfeld and Pakter for a seminar they taught on Comparative Law at Boalt Hall from 1986-1998. The cases have been updated for the purposes of this edition. The volume consists of four parts covering the following topics: Part 1 Judicial Organization and Sources of LawPart 2 Constitutionalization and Internationalization of Private RightsPart 3 Security for PerformancePart 4 Good Faith PurchasesThose considering this Casebook for adoption please contact the Transnational office for an examination copy.Published under the Transnational Publishers imprint.

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