11 J. Legal Hist. 1 (1990)

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   THE JOURNAL OF


     LEGAL


HISTORY


Volume 11             May 1990              Number 1


Occupatio and the Pastio Villatica
The Positivist Thesis in Fifteenth-Century
  Legal Theory and Practice
Legal Humanism in Renaissance Scotland


Tobias Eden, Change and Conflict in the
  Exchequer Office, 1672-1698
The King's Remembrancer's Office in the
  Eighteenth Century
The Law and the Festival of Unleavened
  Bread (Massot)
Independent Legal Systems under a
  Common Dynastic Rule: The Examples
  of England and Hungary
Notes
A Century of Co-operation in the Reform
    of Conveyancing


Thomas Glyn Watkin 5

      Norman Doe 29
   John W. Cairns,
T. David Fergus and
Hector L. MacQueen  40

        R.M. Ball 70

        R.M. Ball 90


P.B. Adamnson


Albert Kiralfy


A.K. 129
   (Cont.)


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