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PETER ARCHER - The Queen's Courts

England, Penguin, 1965. Reprint, Binding: Softcover, Good. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall Paperback An account of the institutions which produced the criminal trial for the protection of the citizen against unlawful interference alike by wrongdoers and the police, and the civil action for the effecting of justice between citizens, is not a static picture. English law embodies generations of experience, but it is constantly adapting itself to new situations, and the twentieth century has witnessed the birth of numerous tribunals which have taken their place alongside the ancient courts. Of all these, their work, and their place in English life, The Queen's Court, now completely revised and brought up to date, sets out to tell. It concludes with a comparison between the legal institutions of this country and those which function in different settings for different ways of life. Repair to very tiny tear on front cover. (.
GBP 6.00 [Appr.: EURO 7.25 US$ 7.84 | JP¥ 857] Booknumber: 006213

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