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Summary of California Law, 10th (Witkin Library)

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Format: Book - hardbound
Brand: Bancroft Whitney
Copyright: 2005-2016
Service #: 13831007
Sub #: 13831008
Publication frequency: Annually
Update method: Cumulative supplement

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Summary of California Law, 10th (Witkin Library)

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Summary of California Law is the most authoritative treatise of its kind in California. It presents expert analysis and an extensive, integrated treatment of all major California substantive law topics, and it gives detailed references to major practice works, treatises, and law reviews. Topics include:

  • Contracts, torts, and insurance
  • Employment and workers' compensation
  • Family law topics
  • Real and personal property
  • Commercial law topics
  • Corporations, partnership, and taxation
  • Trusts, wills, and probate

Features of this publication include:

  • Chapter outlines show the structure of material; subsections clearly identify and classify different aspects of a topic
  • Quotations from leading cases and statutes allow you to examine the precise language used by the courts and legislature
  • Broad coverage of complex issues and areas of unsettled law with analysis from various authorities
  • A better understanding of trends and significant changes in the law through examination of relevant historical background
  • Authorities are integrated into the text rather than the footnotes
  • Convenient references include tables of cases, statutes, rules, forms, and instructions