Comparative studies in continental and Anglo-American legal history ; Bd. 28. 0935-1167.
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Introduction /C.H. van Rhee Middle Ages.Between statutory law and learned law : delay in the early history of the medieval Italian communes (and beyond) /M. Ascheri "To none will we sell, to none will we deny or delay right or justice" : expedition and delay in civil proceedings of the English medieval royal courts /P. Brand Due and undue delay in the English ecclesiastical courts (ca. 1300-1600) /R.H. Helmholz Verzögert oder beschleunigt : das Beispiel des römisch-kanonischen Prozessrechts /K.W. Nörr Early modern period.The reform of civil procedure in the Rhine-Prussian provinces : the example of Prussian Gueldres 1713-1786 /A.M.J.A. Berkvens The history of delay in civil procedure at the Scottish Court of Session (1600-1830) /J. Finlay Procedural delay, appeal and advocation in the Court of Session in sixteenth-century Scotland /A.M. Godfrey 19th and 20th centuries.Delay and its control in mid to late nineteenth century Scottish civil procedure /J. Blackie The Code of Virginia of 1849 /W.H. Bryson Reducing undue delay in nineteenth century Belgium : a Sisyphean task /S. Fockedey Victorian reform of civil litigation in the superior courts of common law /T.P. Gallanis Delay in Austrian civil procedure and the legislator's response /P. Oberhammer, T. Domej The way to the 1916 reform of Danish procedural law /D. Tamm, A. Højer Schjøler Clergy discipline in the Church of England, 1830-1892 /S. Waddams Undue delay and the French Code of Civil Procedure (1806) /A. Wijffels.