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A Treatise On Equity Jurisprudence, As Administered in the United States of America: Adapted for All the States, and to the Union of Legal and Equitable Remedies Under the Reformed Procedure, Volume 23/5(1).
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As an encyclopedia, too. BOOK REVIEWS. Equity Jurisprudence. (2 Vols.) By Fred F. Lawrence. Mathew Bender & Company, Albany, New York. This work purports to be a treatise upon the entire field of equity.
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Pomeroy's Equity Jurisprudence and Equitable Remedies by John Norton Pomeroy. Publication date Publisher Bancroft-Whitney Collection americana Digitizing sponsor Google Book from the collections of unknown library Language English Volume 1.
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New York. pages. The study of equity has usually been a source of discouragement to the aver-age law student. One of the greatest contributions to the difficulties of. Equity jurisprudence book is a jurisprudence of discretion. The basis of equity is the administration of grace, or discretion, to do justice.
For equitable purposes, though, “justice” does not mean carrying out the law in any strict sense, but to do what the judge thinks is fair, regardless of the law.
Consequently, equity is largely a matter of personal. Excerpt from Institutes of the Jurisdiction and of the Equity Jurisprudence and Pleadings of the High Court of Chancery: With Forms Used in Practice and With a Concise View of the Equity Jurisdiction of the County Courts Accident.
Value of Jurisprudence: Jurisprudence does not contain a sets of rules as in contracts or torts and also has no practical application. However, it has its own values, unique and distinctive. i) The subject has its own intrinsic interest. ii) Its researches have influenced other subjects in the field of political, medical, and social.
Twentieth Subject. Equity Jurisprudence. Chapter I. Nature And Scope Of Equity. Section 1. Definition Of Equity On account of the peculiar nature of equity jurisprudence, it has always been very difficult to give a definition of this subject which is at the same time accurate and explanatory.
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Hutchins and Prof. Robert E. Bunker, both of the University of : Harry Burns Hutchins, Robert Emmett Bunker. HISTORICAL NATURE OF EQUITY JURISPRUDENCE. HOWARD L. OLECKt. THE function of Equity is the correction of the (civil or common) law where it is deficient by reason of its universality (i.e.: its tendency to establish rules without exceptions).' In this broad, general.
This second edition () retains the same arrangement and chapters of the previous edition () about which was written, in a contemporary review: "These cases cover the entire subject of Equity Jurisprudence, and are classified according to the arrangement that is followed in Eaton on Equity.”Author: Harry Burns Hutchins, Robert Emmett Bunker.
Story's Equity Jurisprudence by Story, Joseph, MayFred B Rothman & Co edition, Hardcover in English - 13th edition. Equity was the name given to the law which was administered in the Court of Chancery.
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THE PRINCIPLES OF EQUITY JURISPRUDENCE l:enefit received by the mortgagee, could divest the estate, which, Laving now become an absolute fee simple in the mortgagee, could not be reconveyed, except by the same ceremonies necessary to an original feoffment.' This strictness, although perhaps warranted by the terms of the.
Story, Joseph; Grigsby, W.E., Editor. Commentaries on Equity Jurisprudence. Originally published: London: Stevens and Haynes, lxxiii, pp. Reprinted Commentaries on Equity Jurisprudence: As Administered in England and America - Ebook written by Joseph Story, Melville M. Bigelow.
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Notwithstanding, he conceives of himself as a pioneer in this : Fowler V. Harper.This book will aid in my discussions on the nature of equity and its conflict with law. Rahmatian A, Introduction: Lord Kames and His Principles of Equity (3rd, Glasgow, University of Glasgow ) 42 This book is a work of applied legal philosophy with principled and logical jurisprudential discussion regarding the scenarios of legal conflicts.