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Ulrich Hubbe and the Torrens System: Hubbe's German background, his life in Australia and his contribution to the creation of the Torrens system
Dr Ulrich Hubbe was a jurist from Hamburg and one of South Australia's early German migrants. The extent of his contribution to the creation and to the subsequent refinement of the Torrens system ofExpand
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The European natural law codes: The age of reason and the powers of government
This article will focus upon the codification movement in Europe as it unfolded in Prussia, Austria and France in the 18th and early 19th centuries. Natural law as it was understood by theExpand
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Justice, Humanity and the New World Order [Book Review]
Publishers details for: Justice, Humanity and the New World Order, by Ward, Ian, Ashgate Publishing Company, Aldershot, Hampshire and Burlington, VT, 2003, ISBN 0754623084, i-viii and 184 pp.Expand
Statutes and the intention of the lawmaker as the ultimate guide to their applicability: History and prospects
  • H. Lucke
  • Political Science
  • 1 November 2010
The great common lawyers of the age of Shakespeare, especially Thomas Egerton, Christopher Hatton, Edmund Plowden, Francis Bacon and Edward Coke, shaped some of the most important principles for theExpand
The man of the law: Ulrich Huebbe
Two Types of Expectation Interest in Contract Damages
Two types of expectation interest in contract damages point out that losses involved in foregoing the opportunity to enter other contract should be treated as part of the reliance interest. TheseExpand
Bibliography of Legal Festschriften: An Index to Common Law Festschriften from the Beginning of the Genre up to 2005 [Book Review]
Review(s) of: Bibliography of Legal Festschriften, Compiled by Dietrich Pannier and Anja Aulich, Titles and Contents: Germany, Switzerland, Austria, Volume 10, 1997-1999, including FestschriftenExpand
Ulrich Hubbe or Robert R Torrens?: The Germans in Early South Australia
Robert R Torrens is still popularly regarded as the author of the Torrens system of land title registration as well as its political promoter. Since the 1970s the view has been gaining ground thatExpand
Legal History in Australia: The Development of Australian Legal/Historical Scholarship
Australian concern with legal history began in earnest in the 1920s. At first scholars focused almost exclusively upon English legal history, understandably so, for English common law was in force inExpand