TROVER AND CONVERSION - An Essay

Warren, Edward H

Editorial: Harvard Law Review Association, 1936
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vi, (2), 110 pages; Previous owner's stamp on front wrappers - Walter Dwyer H '36 / H Law '39. Walter Dwyer received his bachelor and law degree from Harvard University. He later pursued a career as an attorney for the Interstate Commerce Commission and worked briefly for Vanderbilt University as a professor and for the Central Intelligence Agency. The essay is bound in its original wrappers with staple marks at spine. Scattered underscoring, otherwise a nice copy of this scarce Warren publication. "Professor Warren's monograph covers most of the field indicated in its title. He discusses the qualifications of a plaintiff in an action of trover, and the various ways of committing a conversion, namely, by takiing, retaining, disposing of, using and altering the condition of chattels. . In his Foreword, the author states that the essay 'is an attempt to give an outline of the law of conversion stated so simply that it may readily be understood by a student beginning his study of the law.'This is a difficult undertaking, but the author has accomplished his purpose with amazing success. The discussion is characterized by its clarity and intelligibility. Not only are the niceties of a highly technical subject stated in simple and concise language, but what is perhaps more important, the social policy of the rules is made clear. . All this is done with skill, and what to this reviewer seems an admirable appraisal of the interests involved." ; Experience the pleasure of reading and appreciating this actual printed item. It has its own physical history that imbues it with a character lacking in ephemeral electronic renderings. N° de ref. de la librería

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Título: TROVER AND CONVERSION - An Essay
Editorial: Harvard Law Review Association
Año de publicación: 1936
Encuadernación: Paperback
Condición del libro: Very Good-
Edición: First Edition.

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Warren, Edward H.
Editorial: Harvard Law Review Association (1936)
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Descripción Harvard Law Review Association, 1936. Estado de conservación: Fair. first complete edition; vi, [2], 110 pp.; rebound in boards (hardcover), ex library, some marginalia & underlining, a good working copy only. Nº de ref. de la librería ZB593356

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Warren, Edward H
Editorial: Harvard Law Review Association, Cambridge (1936)
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Descripción Harvard Law Review Association, Cambridge, 1936. Paperback. Estado de conservación: Very Good-. First Edition. vi, (2), 110 pages; Previous owner's stamp on front wrappers - Walter Dwyer H '36 / H Law '39. Walter Dwyer received his bachelor and law degree from Harvard University. He later pursued a career as an attorney for the Interstate Commerce Commission and worked briefly for Vanderbilt University as a professor and for the Central Intelligence Agency. The essay is bound in its original wrappers with staple marks at spine. Scattered underscoring, otherwise a nice copy of this scarce Warren publication. "Professor Warren's monograph covers most of the field indicated in its title. He discusses the qualifications of a plaintiff in an action of trover, and the various ways of committing a conversion, namely, by takiing, retaining, disposing of, using and altering the condition of chattels. . In his Foreword, the author states that the essay 'is an attempt to give an outline of the law of conversion stated so simply that it may readily be understood by a student beginning his study of the law.'This is a difficult undertaking, but the author has accomplished his purpose with amazing success. The discussion is characterized by its clarity and intelligibility. Not only are the niceties of a highly technical subject stated in simple and concise language, but what is perhaps more important, the social policy of the rules is made clear. . All this is done with skill, and what to this reviewer seems an admirable appraisal of the interests involved." ; Experience the pleasure of reading and appreciating this actual printed item. It has its own physical history that imbues it with a character lacking in ephemeral electronic renderings. Nº de ref. de la librería 41647

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