4 edition of A selection of cases in equity jurisdiction found in the catalog.
|Other titles||Cases in equity jurisdiction.|
|Statement||by James Barr Ames. v. l, pt. 1-6; v. 2, pt. 1-3|
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|LC Control Number||01025586|
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“Equity Is Not Past The Age Of Childbearing” Introduction. The law of equity began in the court of chancery which was set up because a fair and just remedy could not be given through common law as monetary compensation was not suitable and sometimes a well deserving plaintiff was denied because the writs where quite narrow and rigid. Author of A selection of cases on the law of contracts, A treatise on the law of quasi-contracts, Selections from Leake's Elements of the law of contracts and Finch's cases on contracts, Selections of the Elements of Jurisprudence, A selection of cases on equity jurisdiction, Selections on the elements of jurisprudence, Cases on the law of contracts, Selections on the elements of jurisprudence.
through a course devoted to equity as such.' As a natural sequence to this belief, the general plan of the book follows Dean Ames' Cases in Equity Jurisdiction. The subject matter of the two volumes deals with the nature of Equity Jurisdiction (Part One, pages) and. sion, and arriving at conclusions not possible from the cases, because of the scarcity of decisions on those subjects. In the appendix is a copy of the Interstate Commerce Act and the Elkins Act, which is absolutely essential in the study of public utilities. E.D.G. Cases on Equity. Am.
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Full text of "A selection of cases on equity jurisdiction" See other formats. Full text of "A Selection of Cases in Equity Jurisdiction: With Notes and Citations" See other formats. The book in its present form contains five articles written in the last years of the author's life, and a carefully prepared index.
The reader will find in this volume the same power of historical research, of critical analysis, and of illuminating generalization that distinguished Professor Langdell's "Summary of Equity Pleading," a book.
A traditional limit on equity, incorporated into United States law, provided that federal courts would have equity jurisdiction only over cases in which no sufficient legal remedy existed.
Section 25 of the act enabled the Supreme Court—under the same limited circumstances applying to cases in law—to review an equity decision made by the. Selection of Cases on the Law of Contracts (, the first book used in the case system; enlarged, ) A Selection of Cases on Sales of Personal Property () A Summary of Equity Pleading (, 2nd ed., ) Cases in Equity Pleading () Brief Survey of Equity Jurisdiction () Further reading.
Chase, Anthony. Australia. Equity remains a cornerstone of Australian private law. A string of cases in the s saw the High Court of Australia re-affirm the continuing vitality of traditional equitable doctrines.
The High Court has recently affirmed the importance of Equity and dismissed the suggestion that unjust enrichment has explanatory power in relation to traditional equitable doctrines such as. A traditional limit on equity, incorporated into United States law, provided that federal courts would have equity jurisdiction only over cases in which no sufficient legal remedy existed.
Section 25 of the act enabled the Supreme Court—under the same limited circumstances applying to cases in law—to review an equity decision made by the. Cases On Equity Jurisdiction Hardcover – October 5, by Anonymous (Author) See all 6 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" $ Author: Anonymous. Ames, James Barr, A selection of cases in equity jurisdiction, with notes and citations, (Cambridge [Mass.] Harvard Law Review Publishing Association, ), also by Joseph Doddridge Brannan (page images at HathiTrust).
includes cases of substantive equity prosecuted by English bill procedure, cases that explain the jurisdiction, procedures, and practices of the courts of equity in England, and a few cases from the courts of common law that touch on and consider the jurisdiction of the courts.
Also included are cases in the equity courts that involve equitable. James Barr Ames has written: 'A selection of cases in equity jurisdiction, with notes and citations' -- subject(s): Cases, Equity 'A selection of cases on the law of torts' -- subject(s): Torts. CASES ON EQUITY. By Henry L. McClintock.' St.
Paul: West Publishing Co., Pp. xxiv, $ THOSE WHO have found dissatisfaction with some of the recent trends either in the composition of casebooks or the treatment of Equity in the law school curriculum, will take great comfort in this book.
Its style is the soul of good. About Landmark Cases in Equity. Themes addressed in the essays include the nature of the courts' equitable jurisdiction, the development of property rights in equity, constraints on the powers of settlors to create express trusts, the duties of trustees and other fiduciaries, remedies for breach of these duties, and the evolution of.
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So, of waste, and other similar injuries, a court of equity takes a concurrent cognizance, in order to prevent them by injunction. 52 Over questions that may be tried at law, in a great multiplicity of actions, a court of equity assumes a jurisdiction, to prevent the expense and vexation of endless litigations and suits.
53 In various kinds of. CASES ON FEDERAL JURISDICTION AND PROCEDURE. By Harold R. Medina, Asso-ciate Professor of Law, Columbia University.
x and St. Paul: West Publishing Co., This work is the most recent case-book on federal jurisdiction and procedure, and the only one, as we are presently advised, which refers therein to the.
Landmark Cases in Equity continues the series of essay collections which began with Landmark Cases in the Law of Restitution () and continued with Landmark Cases in the Law of Contract () and Landmark Cases in the Law of Tort (). It contains essays on landmark cases in the development of equitable doctrine running from the seventeenth century to recent times.
The range, breadth and.This, of course, necessitates person jurisdiction. Existence of personal jurisdiction is still a requirement in most equity cases; today, however, courts of equity are no longer restricted to cases where they in personam jurisdiction.
In property circumstances (e.g., divorce, foreclosure), they will exercise quasi in .Supreme Court Criteria The Supreme Court is extraordinarily selective in the kinds of cases it hears. The criteria for review are well-known among Supreme Court practitioners, but not widely understood by those seeking Supreme Court review, contributing to the large numbers of denials of requests for review.