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From Fornicators to Family: Cohabitants and the Law, 1600-2010’ Inaugural lecture, 9 February 2011From Fornicators to Family: Cohabitants and the Law, 1600-2010’ Inaugural lecture, 9 February 2011
They had however gone away on holiday together – although my mother, when telling me this, was at pains to stress that they had had separate rooms. My father unfortunately rather undermined the intended moral instruction by adding ‘yes – but we didn’t stay
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Law, marriage, and society in the later middle ages: a look at the english and “franco-belgian” regionsLaw, marriage, and society in the later middle ages: a look at the english and “franco-belgian” regions
The rules of the classical canon law on the formation of marriage are well-known and easy to state: 1
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Length: 11970 words article: Criminal Punishment in America: From the Colonial to the Modern Era Steven A. Hatfield Captain, United States Air Force. Instructor of Law, U. S. Air Force Academy. Bs, Miami University, 1981; jd, University ofLength: 11970 words article: Criminal Punishment in America: From the Colonial to the Modern Era Steven A. Hatfield Captain, United States Air Force. Instructor of Law, U. S. Air Force Academy. Bs, Miami University, 1981; jd, University of
Captain, United States Air Force. Instructor of Law, U. S. Air Force Academy. Bs, Miami University, 1981; jd, University of Idaho, 1983
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The influence of the common law on the decline of the ecclesiastical courts of the church of englandThe influence of the common law on the decline of the ecclesiastical courts of the church of england
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The Symbiosis of Secular and Spiritual Influences Upon the Judiciary of the Anglican Church in New ZealandThe Symbiosis of Secular and Spiritual Influences Upon the Judiciary of the Anglican Church in New Zealand
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Centralizing Power: The Use of Military Force versus the Use of the CourtsCentralizing Power: The Use of Military Force versus the Use of the Courts
The lesson will focus on the reigns of William the Conqueror (r. 1066-1087) and his great grandson, Henry II (r. 1154-1189), and their respective efforts to centralize and strengthen the power of the English monarchy
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