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020    9781487504434|q(hardcover) 
035    (OCoLC)on1065721988 
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050 00 K3370|b.A64 2019 
245 00 Apex courts and the common law /|cedited by Paul Daly 
264  1 Toronto ;|aBuffalo ;|aLondon :|bUniversity of Toronto 
300    viii, 414 pages ;|c24 cm 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|bn|2rdamedia 
338    volume|bnc|2rdacarrier 
504    Includes bibliographical references 
505 00 |gPart 1.|tDecision making by common law apex courts. --
       |tThe role of the Supreme Court of Canada in shaping the 
       common law /|rBeverley McLachlin --|tApex courts and the 
       development of the common law /|rBrice Dickson --|tThe 
       common law, the High Court of Australia, and the United 
       State Supreme Court /|rPeter Cane --|tAgainst all odds : 
       numbers sitting in the UK Supreme Court and really, really
       important cases /|rJames Lee --|tThe reference 
       jurisdiction of the Supreme Court of Canada /|rCarissima 
       Mathen --|gPart 2.|tPublic law issues --|tJudicial review 
       in the American States /|rRobert F. Williams --|tThe 
       common law, the constitution, and the alien /|rAudrey 
       Macklin --|tAdministrative law and rights in the UK House 
       of Lords and Supreme Court /|rJason N.E. Varuhas --|tThe 
       continuing significance of Dr. Bonham's Case /|rHan-Ru 
       Zhou --|gPart 3.|tCommon law concepts --|tThe development 
       of an obligation to perform in good faith /|rAngela Swan 
       and Jakub Adamski --|tCause and courts /|rSandy Steel --
       |tWhat is happening to the law of unjust enrichment? /
       |rSteve Hadley --|tThe Supreme Court, fundamental 
       principles of property law, and the shaping of Aboriginal 
       title /|rBruce Ziff --|tAfterword /|rWilliam B. Ewald 
520    "For centuries, courts across the common law world have 
       developed systems of law by building bodies of judicial 
       decisions. In deciding individual cases, common law courts
       settle litigation and move the law in new directions. By 
       virtue of their place at the top of the judicial hierarchy,
       courts at the apex of common law systems are unique in 
       that their decisions and, in particular, the language used
       in those decisions, resonate through the legal system. 
       Although both the common law and apex courts have been 
       studied extensively, scholars have paid less attention to 
       the relationship between the two. By analyzing apex courts
       and the common law from multiple angles, this book offers 
       an entry point for scholars in disciplines related to law-
       -such as political science, history, and sociology--who 
       are seeking a deeper understanding and new insights as to 
       how the common law applies to and is relevant within their
       own disciplines."--|cProvided by publisher 
650  0 Constitutional courts 
650  0 Common law 
700 1  Daly, Paul,|d1983-|eeditor 
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