The Stair Society: Scotland’s Legal History Society

Miscellany Four by Various Authors

Stair Society Volume 49

‘Rights, Wrongs and Remedies in Late Medieval English and Scots Law’ – Alan Harding

‘Jurisdiction in Heritage and the Foundation of the College of Justice in 1532’ – A Mark Godfrey

‘Foreign Litigants before theh College of Justice in the Sixteenth Century’ – John Finlay

‘The Court of Session as a Ius Commune Court – Witnessed by “Sinclair’s Practicks”, 1540-1549’ – Gero Dolezalek

‘A Banffshire Process of Perambulation 1558: Alexander, Lord Salton v Sir Walter Oglivie of Boyne, Knight’ – David B Smith

‘Balfour’s Registrum‘ – William M Gordon

‘George Buchanan, the Court of Session and the Law’ – D M Abbot

‘Sir Thomas Hope: Lord Advocate to Charles I’ – Ann Hope

‘Two Visitors in the Session, 1629 and 1636’ – Hector L MacQueen

‘The Best Beast’ – Douglas J Cusine

‘Judicial Torture in Scotland during the Age of Mackenzie’ – Brian P Levack

‘The Session Papers in the Advocates Library’ – Angus Stewart QC

‘The Session Papers in Four Early Cases of Damages for Personal Injuries’ – Kenneth Campbell

‘Sir Walter Scott and the Tenants of Invernenty’ – Angus Stewart QC

‘Transformations of Law: Justinian’s Institutes 1.2 pr. 1; Stair; Mackenzie’ – Alan Watson

Edited by Professor Hector L MacQueen, with a preface by Lord Hope of Craighead

Published 2002

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