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Some fundamental legal conceptions as applied in judicial reasoning.

Wesley Newcomb Hohfeld

Some fundamental legal conceptions as applied in judicial reasoning.

by Wesley Newcomb Hohfeld

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Published in New Haven .
Written in English


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Reprinted with slight corrections from Yale law journal, 23:1913.

Other titlesYale law journal.
The Physical Object
Pagination92 p.
Number of Pages92
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21450376M

SOME FUNDAMENTAL LEGAL CONCEPTIONS AS APPLIED IN JUDICIAL REASONING. By WESLEY NEWCOMB HOHFELD. Publisher: Yale Law School Legal Scholarship Repository. Year: OAI identifier: oai::ylj Provided by: NELLCO Legal Scholarship Repository. Download Author: WESLEY NEWCOMB HOHFELD. Wesley Newcomb Hohfeld. Some fundamental legal conceptions as applied in judicial reasoning. Yale Law Journal, 23(1)–59, Nov. url. Hohfeldflca Wesley Newcomb Hohfeld. Fundamental legal conceptions as applied in judicial reasoning.

Fundamental legal conceptions as applied in judicial reasoning. Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, , © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Wesley Newcomb Hohfeld; Walter Wheeler Cook. Wesley Newcomb Hohfeld, born in , died prematurely in He left only a few law journal articles as his published work. His 'Fundamental Legal Conceptions', originally published as two articles in the 'Yale Law Journal' for and and left incompletely revised at his death is, however, one of the principal foundations of analytic jurisprudence.

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YALE LAW JOURNAL SOME FUNDAMENTAL LEGAL CONCEPTIONS AS APPLIED IN JUDICIAL REASONING From very early days down to the present time the essential nature of trusts and other equitable interests has formed a favorite subject for analysis and disputation.

The classical dis-cussions of Bacon1 and Coke are familiar to all students of equity. Excerpt from Fundamental Legal Conceptions as Applied in Judicial Reasoning: And Other Legal Essays The Nature of Stockholders' Individual Liability for Corporation Debts () 9 Columbia Law Review, The Individual Liability of Stockholders and the Conflict bf Laws () 9 Columbia Law Review, ; () 10 ibid., ; 10 ibid., Cited by: Fundamental Legal Conceptions as Applied in Judicial Reasoning: And Other Legal Essays (Classic Reprint) [Hohfeld, Wesley Newcomb] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Fundamental Legal Conceptions as Applied in Judicial Reasoning: And Other Legal. SOME FUNDAMENTAL LEGAL CONCEPTIONS AS APPLIED IN JUDICIAL REASONING in some other, which is not issuing out of the land, but as a thing collat-erall, annexed in privitie to the estate of the land, and to the person touch- FUNDAMENTAL LEGAL CONCEPTIONS by the well-known Gomm case' and others more or less by: YALE LAW JOURNAL SOME FUNDAMENTAL LEGAL CONCEPTIONS AS APPLIED IN JUDICIAL REASONING 'From very early days down to the present time the essential nature of trusts and other equitable interests has formed a favorite subject for analysis and disputation.

The classical dis- cussions of Bacon' and Coke are familiar to all students of equity, and the famous definition of the great chief. Fundamental legal conceptions, as applied in judicial reasoning (A Yale paperbound) Wesley Newcomb Hohfeld Hohfeld's writings, from anddelve into the distinctions between such legal concepts as privilege and duty, and right, immunity and liability, etc.

textsFundamental legal conceptions as applied in judicial reasoning: and other legal essays. Fundamental legal conceptions as applied in judicial reasoning: and other legal essays. Hohfeld, Wesley Newcomb, ; Cook, walter Wheeler, Publication : some fundamental legal conceptions as applied in judicial reasoning This is a non-emphasized (italics and bolds removed) version of the body (footnotes removed) of the article "Some Fundamental Legal Conceptions As Applied In Judicial Reasoning", written by Wesley Newcomb Hohfeld and published on January 1, in Yale Law Journal.

FUNDAMENTAL LEGAL CONCEPTIONS AS APPLIED IN JUDICIAL REASONING' The present discussion, while intended to be intrinsically com- plete so far as intelligent and convenient perusal is concerned, represents, as originally planned, a continuation of an article.

Fundamental Legal Conceptions As Applied In Judicial Reasoning This is a non-emphasized (italics and bolds removed) version of the body (footnotes removed) of the article "Fundamental Legal Conceptions As Applied In Judicial Reasoning", written by Wesley Newcomb Hohfeld and published on January 1, in Yale Law Journal.

Some Fundamental Legal Conceptions as Applied in Judicial Reasoning is an article from The Yale Law Journal, Volume View more articles from The Yale Law. Buy Fundamental Legal Conceptions as Applied in Judicial Reasoning by Hohfeld, Wesley Newcomb, Woolrych, Humphry W., Cook, Walter Wheeler (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.

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Corbin. Originally published: New Haven: Yale University Press, xv, pp. Reprinted by The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. ISBN ; ISBN W. HOHFELD, SOME FUNDAMENTAL LEGAL CONCEPTIONS AS APPLIED IN JUDICIAL REASONING.

23 Y. ALE. L.J. 16, 28–59 () One of the greatest hindrances to the clear understanding, the incisive statement, and the true solution of legal problems, frequently arises from the express or tacit assumption that all legal relations may be reducedFile Size: 76KB.

Ibid., pp. 35–64; Hohfeld’s second article, ‘Fundamental Legal Conceptions as Applied in Judicial Reasoning’, in the same volume, deals specifically with judicial usage of the concepts of rights in rem and rights in further discussion of the will theory of rights, Hohfeldian analysis of rights and public law, see N.E.

Simmonds, ‘Rights at the Cutting Edge’, in M.H Cited by: 2. Some Fundamental Legal Concepts Hugh Evander Willis Hohfeld: Some Fundamental Legal Conceptions as Applied in Judicial Reasoning, 23 YALE L.

JOUR. 16, 26 YALE L. Joup. Also, 11 MICH. REv. Corbin: Legal Analysis and Terminology, 29 YALE L. Jous. SOME FUNDA1ENTAL LEGAL CONCEPTSAuthor: Hugh Evander Willis.

Wesley Newcomb Hohfeld, FUNDAMENTAL LEGAL CONCEPTIONS AS APPLIED IN JUDICIAL REASONING. Ed by David Campbell and Philip Thomas with an introduction by Nigel E Simmonds Ashgate: Aldershot, Classical Jurisprudence Series.

xxix and pp (incl. index). ISBN 1 Author: Sean Coyle. Fundamental Legal Conceptions as Applied in Judicial Reasoning by Wesley Newcomb Hohfeld,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Fundamental Legal Conceptions as Applied in Judicial Reasoning by Wesley Newcomb Hohfeld,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.5/5(1).Wesley Newcomb Hohfeld (9 AugustOakland, California – 21 OctoberAlameda, California) was an American jurist.

He was the author of the seminal Fundamental Legal Conceptions as Applied in Judicial Reasoning and Other Legal Essays (). During his life he published only a handful of law journal articles.