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" The fact is Lord Coke had no authority for what he states, but I am afraid we should get rid of a good deal of what is considered law in Westminster Hall if what Lord Coke says without authority is not law. He was one of the most eminent lawyers that... "
Evolution of the Judicial Opinion: Institutional and Individual Styles - Strana 12
autor/autoři: William D. Popkin - 2007 - 301 str.
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Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Court of Common ..., Svazek 2

Great Britain. Court of Common Pleas, Peregrine Bingham - 1825
...but I am afraid we should get rid of a good deal of what is considered law in West(a) J- *• minster hall, if what Lord Coke says without authority is...particularly when it is in conformity with justice and common sense. Opposed to this, as I have stated, is the case of Attree v. Scutt. I shall read the judgment...
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Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Courts of Common ..., Svazek 9

Great Britain. Court of Common Pleas, John Bayly Moore - 1827
...I fear we should get rid of a great deal of what is considered law in Westminster Hall, if what he says, without authority, is not law. He was one of...such a person is good evidence of what the law is, although he refers to no express decision, and particularly when it is in conformity with justice and...
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The Science of Legal Judgment: A Treatise Designed to Show the Materials ...

James Ram - 1835 - 146 str.
...me to be a decisive authority, in favour of the judgment we shall pronounce The fact is, Lord Coke had no authority for what he states; but I am afraid...particularly when it is in conformity with justice and common sense."(z>) This favourable representation, however, is not the only picture judicially drawn...
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Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the English Courts of Common Law ...

Great Britain. Bail Court - 1870
...am afraid we should get rid of a good deal of what is considered law in »097-1 * Westminster-hall, if what Lord COKE says without authority is not law....particularly when it is in conformity with justice and common sense. Opposed to this, as I have stated, is the case of Jittree v. Scutt. I shall read the...
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The Albany Law Journal: A Monthly Record of the Law and the ..., Svazky 53–54

1896
...had no authority for what he states; but I am afraid," he adds, "that we should get rid of a great deal of what is considered law in Westminster Hall,...such a person is good evidence of what the law is." (2 Bing. 296-7). In reference to a position in the Digest of Chief Baron Comyns, the same learned judge...
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Albany Law Journal, Svazek 4

1871
...exposition of the common law. In rendering judgment Chief Justice Best spoke of one of them as follows: "I am afraid we should get rid of a good deal of what...what Lord Coke says without authority is not law." * Strong as is the human instinct to venerate antiquity, it cannot be said with any truth that the...
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The Canada Law Journal, Svazek 9

1873
...Jurisdiction is inaccurate and untrustworthy," Per Sir W. Phillimore in The Sylph, LR 2 Ad. i Ее. 27. ' ' I am afraid we should get rid of a good deal of what...what Lord Coke says without authority is not law." Per Best CJ, in 2 Bing, 29в. "The 12th part is not so accurate as the rest, not having been published...
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Dictionary of National Biography, Svazek 11

Leslie Stephen - 1887
...judicial decision that no judge can now disregard them. ' I am afraid,' .said Chief-justice Best, ' we should get rid of a good deal of what is considered...what Lord Coke says without authority is not law' (2 Sing. 296). The ' Institutes ' are in four parts : the first is a reprint of Littleton's treatise...
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British Freewomen: Their Historical Privilege

Charlotte Carmichael Stopes - 1894 - 196 str.
...Constitutional Restraint-;.") Chief Justice Best from the Dench said, " I am afraid that we should gel rid of a good deal of what is considered law in Westminster...what Lord Coke says without authority is not law." 2 lung, 296. One other case which afterwards told heavily upon women we may note. " Coke artfully inserted...
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Harvard law review, Svazek 15

1902
...doctrines have in this way become firmly imbedded in the law. " I am afraid," said Chief Justice Best, " we should get rid of a good deal of what is considered...what Lord Coke says without authority is not law." l Still, it is less true now than formerly that his works have, as Blackstone said, "an intrinsic authority...
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