The Common Law Abroad: Constitutional and Legal Legacy of the British Empire

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Fred B. Rothman Publications, 2001 - Law - 1228 pages
Provides a unique and thorough overview of the spread ofBritish constitutional and legal institutions in thecolonial era. Its focus is the corpus of constitutionaland legal titles generated in or for the Britishdependencies during the time of imperial influence,typically until independence. Relevant material has beenlocated and described for 173 separate jurisdictions. Apreservation-filming project associated with thisbibliography has been undertaken by the Law LibraryMicroform Consortium (LLMC), and is expected to be completedby the year 2010.

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