Near Fine in Good jacket. Book. 8vo-over 7¾-9¾" tall. Gilt titles to navy blue cloth hardcovers, in original dust jacket. Some slight wear to extremities. Slight foxing to edges, moreso to endpapers. Otherwise a clean, tight and unmarked book in lightly shipped and toned dust jacket (now in removeable archival mylar sleeve). Very neat and bright. Index. xxiv, 458p.
Very Good in VG- jacket. 458 pp. A thorough revision of the second edition, with the addition of an appendix of an article on The Law Reform (Frustrated Contracts) Act (1943), and one on The Requisitioning of Merchant Ships as well as other changes and additions. The volume is an attempt to study the impact of war upon the principles of our law and is in no sense a "vade mecum" through the tangled undergrowth of war time legislation. The original volume viewed much of the decisions made by judges during World War I. The volume cound very well be relevant to the present day wars in Iraq, Afghanistan and elsewhere. Some chipping along rear edges of DJ. Extremely scarce title.
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