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Restatements (2d, and 3d) and Principles of the Law, with Appendices

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Format: Book - hardbound
Brand: American Law Institute
Copyright: 1950-2016
Service #: 22026005
Sub #: 21026005
Publication frequency: Annually
Update method: Cumulative supplement

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Restatements (2d, and 3d) and Principles of the Law, with Appendices

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Restatements (2d, and 3d) and Principles of the Law, with Appendices is part of the current Restatements of the Law and Principles of the Law series from the American Law Institute. In each restatement, the authors, who are noted scholars in their fields, state what they believe to be the consensus of American courts on particular points of law. Restatement topics are supplemented by annotations gathered in appendix volumes within the set. While restatements state the law as it is, principles examine and analyze legal areas thought to need reform, expressing the law as it should be. Restatements and principles provide authoritative sources of authority supporting a client's position.

Features

  • Appendix volumes, which accompany restatement volumes, contain annotations consisting largely of case notes, representing published judicial opinion
  • Appendixes are updated with pocket parts and supplementary pamphlets
  • Interim Case Citations to the Restatements of the Law semiannual cumulative pamphlets are included
  • The set is cross-referenced to the West Key Number System® and American Law Reports (ALR®) articles