Conscience, equity and the Court of Chancery in early modern England /
"Judicial equity developed in England during the medieval period, providing an alternative access to justice for cases that the rigid structures of the common law could not accommodate. Where the common law was constrained by precedent and strict procedural and substantive rules, equity relied...
Farnham, Surrey, England ; Burlington, Vt. :
No Tags, Be the first to tag this record!
- Conscience and the medieval chancery
- The early sixteenth century and Christopher St. German
- The later sixteenth century
- Protestant conscience one : the early seventeenth century
- The conscience of early seventeenth-century equity
- Protestant conscience two : the later seventeenth century
- Later seventeenth-century equity and Lord Nottingham.