United States Court of Claims Reports. Cases Decided... Washington: Government Printing Office. Vols. 1 to 231 (1863-1982). Complete set of all volumes published. Thirty-six (36) linear feet of shelf space. Ex-library. Tan buckram, some early volumes 1 to 78 with shelf wear and soiling. Internally very good. Reprint Price USD 7,500. Special $1,495. * The term "legislative courts" is used in the United States Government Manual to designate several special courts established by action of Congress. They are not included under the provision in the Constitution for a federal judiciary. The first of these special courts to be created was the Court of Claims in 1855, "to hear and determine the merits of certain claims against the federal government, particularly those arising out of contracts." A chief justice and four associate justices, all appointed by the President, preside over this court. Boyd. United States Government Publications 110. Complete set of all volumes published from 1863 to 1982. Continued by Cases Decided in the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, October 1982 and West's Federal Claims Reporter 1983 to date.
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