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The Declaratory Judgment (Litigation Library)

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326pp, including index. Clean, bright and crisp throughout with tight binding. Small booksellers plate to paste down. "Zamir and Woolf: The Declaratory Judgement" is a practitioner text explaining the wide scope of the declaratory judgement as a public law remedy. Lord Woolf, while concentrating on declaratory relief, surveys large areas of the law in a practical manner and indicates further possible developments in the use of the remedy.;This work is written by one of the Lords of Appeal of the House of Lords, together with a practising barrister. It contains a chapter devoted to the role of the declaratory judgement in Scotland written by the Hon. Lord Clyde, and a chapter analyzing the use of the declaration in EEC law written by Professor Francis Jacobs, QC, Advocate-General to the European Court.;Since the publication of the first edition written by Professor Zamir in 1962 there has been a dramatic growth in the use made of the declaration by the courts.

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Author(s):
Zamir, I.; Woolf, Lord Jeremy
Condition:
Fine
Dimensions:
8vo
Edition:
Second Edition
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0421391707
ISBN-13:
9780421391703
Number of pages:
326
Publisher:
Sweet & Maxwell
Title:
The Declaratory Judgment (Litigation Library)

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326pp, including index. Clean, bright and crisp throughout with tight binding. Small booksellers plate to paste down. "Zamir and Woolf: The Declaratory Judgement" is a practitioner text explaining the wide scope of the declaratory judgement as a public law remedy. Lord Woolf, while concentrating on declaratory relief, surveys large areas of the law in a practical manner and indicates further possible developments in the use of the remedy.;This work is written by one of the Lords of Appeal of the House of Lords, together with a practising barrister. It contains a chapter devoted to the role of the declaratory judgement in Scotland written by the Hon. Lord Clyde, and a chapter analyzing the use of the declaration in EEC law written by Professor Francis Jacobs, QC, Advocate-General to the European Court.;Since the publication of the first edition written by Professor Zamir in 1962 there has been a dramatic growth in the use made of the declaration by the courts.

Author(s):
Zamir, I.; Woolf, Lord Jeremy
Condition:
Fine
Dimensions:
8vo
Edition:
Second Edition
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0421391707
ISBN-13:
9780421391703
Number of pages:
326
Publisher:
Sweet & Maxwell
Title:
The Declaratory Judgment (Litigation Library)

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