Rapalje, Stewart and Lawrence, Robert L. A Dictionary of American and English Law with Definitions of the Technical Terms of the Canon and Civil Laws. Also, Containing a Full Collection of Latin Maxims, and Citations of Upwards of Forty Thousand Reported Cases, in which Words and Phrases Have Been Judicially Defined or Construed. Jersey City: Frederick C. Linn a Co., 1888. Two volumes. xxxviii, 1380 pp. Reprinted 1997 by The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. LCCN 97-38484. ISBN 1-886363-33-1. Cloth. $250. * Rapalje [1843-1896] was the author of criminal law treatises and compiled digests, having worked with Benjamin Vaughan Abbott to create the problematic United States Digest New Series. He was said to have learned from qthe faults of his tutorq on that project. This dictionary has been cited for its correctness and usefulness. First published in 1883, this is the second and final authorial edition.(in U. S. Constitution, Art. HL As 2). ... Cashier of bank endorsing note, (held a party to the paper). 2 Hill (N. Y.) 451. Cases op spirits, (trover for) . 2 Ld. Eaym. 824. ... In French law, (1) a making null or void of any unjust or illegal act or decision ... In the old common law practice, when the defendant in an action pleaded a sufficient plea in abatement, and the plaintiff could not deny it or demur , and did notanbsp;...
|Title||:||A Dictionary of American and English Law|
|Author||:||Stewart Rapalje, Robert L. Lawrence|
|Publisher||:||The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. - 1997-01-01|