Restatement of the Law: Conflict of Laws 2d & Appendix. Reporter: Willis L. M. Reese, Columbia University School of Law. Associate Reporter: Austin W. Scott, Harvard Law School. American Law Institute Publishers, 1971-2016. Volumes 1-2 with the 1989 permanent pocket parts; Appendix volumes 3-8. Hardcover. Together 8 books, complete set. Appendix volume 8 published 2016. Ex-library with shelf location labels at foot of spines and property stamps, else very good. Publisher's Price USD 671.50. Special $295. * The culmination of a 17-year effort by a panel of respected judges and scholars, Restatement of the Law of Conflict of Laws, with Appendices is a complete and updated revision of original work concerning jurisdictional differences. It analyzes and explains topics relating to differences between laws in cases in which a transaction or occurrence central to the case has a connection to two or more jurisdictions. Often used and cited by the courts, this title contains the black-letter statements, comments, illustrations, and reporter's notes. Topics covered are Domicile; Judicial Jurisdiction; Judgments; Procedure; Wrongs; Contracts; Property; Trusts; Status; Agency and Partnerships; Business Corporations; and Administration of Estates. The first two volumes contain the black-letter statements, Comments, Illustrations, and Reporters Notes. The third volume is an Appendix, containing digests of court citations to the first Restatement and to the Tentative Drafts through 1968; parallel tables showing corresponding sections in the original Restatement, the Tentative Drafts, and the new edition; and cross-references to the West Key Number Digest System and A.L.R. Annotations. The fourth through eighth volumes are additional Appendixes containing digests of court citations to both the first and second Restatements from January 1969, through June 2015.
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