Thursday, February 10, 2011

ANOMALIES OF THE ENGLISH LAW

"...where a Judge is compelled to combine three distinct and seperate jurisdictions in one, as in Probate, Divorce & Admiralty, the machinery of justice must sometimes tend to clog. It is utterly incongrous  for the same judge to be expected to perfect himself  in three subjects so widely different in character."
(page 9)
Samuel Beach Chester

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