The Civilian tradition and Scots law: Aberdeen quincentenary essays

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Duncker & Humblot, 1997 - Civil law - 392 pages
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Papers delivered at a symposium that took place at the University of Aberdeen on September 4-5, 1995.

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Contents

A Scottish Celebration of the European Legal Tradition
19
The Foundation of Law Teaching at the University of Aberdeen
53
The Medieval Rediscovery of the Roman Civil
75
The General Influence of Roman Institutions of State and Public
87
A Romanist Watershed?
103
The Canon Law Vehicle of Civilian Influence with Particular Reference to Scotland
117
A Comparison of the Influence of Roman Law in England and Scotland
135
The Resilience of the Scottish Common
149
The Use of the Civil Law in Scottish Courts
225
A RomanDutch Perspective
239
The Civil Law in European Codes
259
Civilian Elements in European Civil Procedure
295
The Role and Relevance of the Civil Law Tradition in the Work of the European Court
309
The Influence of the Civil Law via Modern Legal Systems on European Community
321
Table of Cases
367
List of Contributors
393

The Difference between Scots Law and English
167
The Civil Law Tradition in Scottish Legal Thought
191
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