Scots Law Times 2006 (Volumes 1 &2)
The 3rd Edition of Bailment: Analyses a vast range of transactions, covering not only those bailments that are negotiated on a commercial basis but also those that occur without the consent of the owner and those that carry no formal remuneration Shows the impact of bailment on other fields of civil obligation Explores the relation between bailment and possession at large Captures and interprets all the latest developments covering areas including bailment and limitation periods, insurance, intangible property, the human body and animals as well as transmissible leases of chattels Provides guidance on litigation and pleading, offering a new chapter on practice and procedure, with expert guidance on the pleading of bailment claims and the machinery of court documents Covers the common law jurisdictions Includes commentary on a wealth of case law Frequently cited in court
- 20 Jun 2007
- Sweet & Maxwell Ltd
- Edinburgh, United Kingdom
Table of contents
Constitution and content. Parti cular bailments - bailment without reward. Parti cular bailments - bailment for reward. Special modes of creation. Special classes of subject matter. Bailment and other heads of obligation. Redress, remedies, resolution and enforcement. Appendices.