Latin text and English translation in parallel; introduction in English.
|Statement||edited [with an introduction] for the Selden Society by Morris S. Arnold.|
|Series||The publications of the Selden Society -- Vol.100|
|Contributions||Arnold, Morris S., Selden Society.|
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English Medieval Legal Documents Database. Select Cases of Trespass in the King's Courts, Select Cases in the Court of King's Bench Under Edward III. Select Cases of Trespass in the King's Courts, Public Works in Medieval Law. Select Cases in the Court of King's Bench. Richard II, Henry IV, and Henry V ( ) Author: Paul Moorman. SELECT CASES OF TRESPASS IN THE KING’S COURTS, – VOL. II. Edited by the Hon. MORRIS S. ARNOLD, United States District Judge, Western District of Arkansas. 0 6. This concludes the collection which begins in Vol. Select Cases of Trespass from the King's Courts Volume 1. Volume C of the Selden Society publications. London: Selden Society, 8vo (10 x 7 1/2 inches),pages: lxxxv, original grained blue cloth lettered in gilt. Very good. £ Enquire - please quote Item No. TRESPASS TO THE PERSON – Case Notes Battery. Collins v Wilcock  1 WLR Two police officers on duty in a police car observed two women in the street who appeared to be soliciting for the purpose of prostitution. One of the women was known to the police as a prostitute but the other, the appellant, was not a known prostitute/5.
Trespass 1. L A W O F T O R T S TRESPASS 2. THE NATURE OF TORTS • A tort is a civil wrong • The law of torts deals with the rights and obligations people owe to others and the infringement of these rights and obligations • The purpose of the law of torts is to provide compensation or damages to the people whose rights have been infringed. This chapter begins with a discussion of how the action of trespass as an ordinary feature of the jurisdiction of the royal courts gives some shape to the emergent law of tort. It then shows how, by the beginning of the 14th century, the action of trespass became established around a core of (minimally) forcible wrongdoing. This is followed by a discussion of the origins of the trespass on the. King James Bible King James Version (KJV) SELECT A BOOK Since the days of our fathers have we been in a great trespass unto this day; and for our iniquities have we, our kings, and our priests, been delivered into the hand of the kings of the lands, to the sword. Some cases of trespass can be filed under criminal law for example trespass to the person such as assault and battery. This occurs where a criminal offence has been committed. In such cases the courts have powers under the Powers of Criminal Courts (Sentencing) Act , s to make a File Size: KB.