Lobban on 19th century company law, bankruptcy and imprisonment for debt.
Professor Michael Lobban's contribution to the latest Oxford History of the Laws of England is a remarkable addition to our subject. The subjects of, inter alia, company winding up, bankruptcy and insolvency and imprisonment for debt are included in volume XII (Private Law, Part III: Commercial Law) of the Oxford History of the Laws of England (1820-1914). In particular you will need to turn to the following pages to enjoy the erudite expostion:
- company winding up, pp.647-652
- bankruptcy and insolvency, pp.779-823.
- Consumer Credit and Debt (includes imprisonment for debt), pp.834-869.
Priced at £450.00 the latest three volume set is on the expensive side. The material contained within the pages is however priceless!
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