Darker Legacies of Law in Europe

Author: Christian Joerges
Publisher: Hart Publishing
ISBN: 9781841133102
Release Date: 2003
Genre: Law

This book, written by leading scholars, presents theoretical, historical and legal inquiries into the legacy of National Socialism and Fascism.

Legacies of Fear

Author: Frank Murray Greenwood
Publisher: University of Toronto Press
ISBN: 0802069746
Release Date: 1993
Genre: History

Many people assume that a French-English cleavage has always existed and historians have been uncertain as to just how it unfolded. This book provides the answer. Greenwood re-creates a Quebec in which trust between French and English Canadians was an early casualty of the execution of Louis XVI and the descent of the French Revolution through terror into war. Fearing invasion, the English community, through the law officers of the crown, drafted draconian legislation and established an efficient counter-intelligence service. Lower Canada in these years was a hotbed of spies and counter-intelligence, highlighted by the trial for high treason of an American undercover agent for revolutionary France. Placing the legal history of Quebec in the foreground of these dangerous and dramatic events, Greenwood reveals this period as a turning point that altered not only French-English relations but Canada's legal and constitutional inheritance. While the focus is on legal and political history, the narrative also details intellectual, military, social, and economic developments. The author pursues many dynamic themes of the period including the riots among working people in the 1790s; the differences in judicial behaviour when security matters were at stake; the setting up of the first formal counter-intelligence service, and issues related to the suspension of habeas corpus. Murray Greenwood is one of Canada's finest legal historians. In this work his wide perspective, supported by extensive documentation, brings new evidence and insight to a formative and somewhat neglected period in Canada's history.

Succession Law

Author: Lecturer in Law Frankie (University of Glasgow) McCarthy
Publisher: Edinburgh University Press
ISBN: 9780748698493
Release Date: 2014-05-10
Genre: Law

What happens after you die? You can't take it with you, so succession law governs how your property is passed on after your death. Succession Law Essentials teaches you all you need to know about the Scots laws of succession, including estates, executors, wills, will substitutes, valid and invalid testimony, intestate succession, legacies, vesting and more. Summary sections of Essentials Facts and Essential Cases will help you to identify, understand and remember the key elements, and tables of cases and statutes will help you to find the page you're looking for quickly and easily.

The Law Journal

ISBN: STANFORD:36105062832527
Release Date: 1829
Genre: Law reports, digests, etc