Justice delayed : absent recognitors and the Angevin Legal Reforms, c.1200
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This chapter examines the impact of recognitor (i.e. juror) absences on the progress of litigation in the royal courts in the early years of the English common law.
Eves , W A 2017 , Justice delayed : absent recognitors and the Angevin Legal Reforms, c.1200 . in T R Baker (ed.) , Law and Society in Later Medieval England and Ireland : Essays in Honour of Paul Brand . Routledge Taylor & Francis Group , pp. 1-24 . https://doi.org/10.4324/9781315591520-1
Law and Society in Later Medieval England and Ireland
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