The Legal Aspect of Money: With Special Reference to Comparative Private and Public International Law by F. A. MannThe Legal Aspect of Money: With Special Reference to Comparative Private and Public International Law by F. A. Mann

The Legal Aspect of Money: With Special Reference to Comparative Private and Public International…

byF. A. Mann

Hardcover | March 1, 1990

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First published in 1938, The Legal Aspect of Money has become the foremost authority on the law of money throughout the world. The fifth edition has been revised and updated to include discussion of recent changes in international (especially European) law. Although originally intendedprimarily as a reference work on the English law of money, the comparative methodology established in the original edition has been maintained, and readers will find the combination of new material plus established scholarship an indispensable guide to the financial and legal systems of theworld.
Francis Mann, who died in September 1991, was an outstanding international jurist and practising solicitor. His accolades included the Grand Cross of the Order of Merit from the Federal Republic of Germany, an honorary DCL from Oxford University, and being made an honorary QC and Bencher of Gray's Inn.
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Title:The Legal Aspect of Money: With Special Reference to Comparative Private and Public International…Format:HardcoverDimensions:662 pages, 9.21 × 6.14 × 1.65 inPublished:March 1, 1990Publisher:Oxford University Press

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0198256507

ISBN - 13:9780198256502

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`this book, with its erudite and elegant prose, provides an eloquent memorial to one of the leading English legal scholars of this century ... Dr Mann has strong views which are expressed clearly, often magisterially ... The Legal Aspect of Money remains a monumental work, pre-eminent in itsfield and a paradigm of the value of comparative legal scholarship. It has much to offer both practitioners and academics.'British Yearbook of International Law