It is usually suggested that the three great sources of our law are case law (in the sense of the " common " law), equity, and legislation, and that, historically, this is the order of their coming; first the common law, then equity, then parliamentary legislation. But, though it contains truth, such a view is too simple. It is too commonly imagined that… (More)
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