The conflict of laws relating to bills and notes, preceded by a comparative study of the law of bills and notes / by Ernest G. Lorenzen.
New Haven : Yale university press; [etc., etc.], 1919.
337 pages ; 26 cm
"The appendix contains the American uniform negotiable instruments act, the English bills of exchange act, the Convention of the Hague, and the uniform law adopted at the Hague the two latter appearing both in the original and in an English translation. Comparative tables of sections and articles of the various acts are also to be found in the appendix."--Pref. "Published in the Illinois law review (volume XI, pp. 137-158, 247-267), under the title of The Hague convention of 1912, relating to bills of exchange and promissory notes: a comparison with Anglo-American law, and in the Minnesota law review (volume I, pp. 10-33, 117-134, 239-256, 320-338, 401-428), under the title of Rules of the conflict of laws applicable to bills and notes: a study in comparative law."--Pref.
Bibliography, etc. Note
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