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Palmer, Vernon V.: Through the Codes Darkly
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Erscheinungsdatum: 23.10.2012, Medium: Buch, Einband: Gebunden, Titel: Through the Codes Darkly, Titelzusatz: Slave Law and Civil Law in Louisiana, Autor: Palmer, Vernon V., Verlag: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd., Sprache: Englisch, Schlagworte: LAW // Constitutional, Rubrik: Internationales und ausländ. Recht, Seiten: 214, Informationen: HC gerader Rücken mit Schutzumschlag, Gewicht: 503 gr, Verkäufer: averdo

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Donlan, Seán Patrick: Legal Traditions in Louis...
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Erscheinungsdatum: 14.03.2019, Medium: Buch, Einband: Gebunden, Titel: Legal Traditions in Louisiana and the Floridas 1763-1848, Autor: Donlan, Seán Patrick // Palmer, Vernon Valentine, Verlag: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd., Sprache: Englisch, Schlagworte: LAW // Civil Law, Rubrik: Internationales und ausländ. Recht, Seiten: 334, Informationen: HC gerader Rücken kaschiert, Gewicht: 667 gr, Verkäufer: averdo

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Donlan, Seán Patrick: Legal Traditions in Louis...
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Erscheinungsdatum: 14.03.2019, Medium: Buch, Einband: Gebunden, Titel: Legal Traditions in Louisiana and the Floridas 1763-1848, Autor: Donlan, Seán Patrick // Palmer, Vernon Valentine, Verlag: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd., Sprache: Englisch, Schlagworte: LAW // Civil Law, Rubrik: Internationales und ausländ. Recht, Seiten: 334, Informationen: HC gerader Rücken kaschiert, Gewicht: 667 gr, Verkäufer: averdo

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Loggins, Vernon: Where the Word Ends: The Life ...
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Erscheinungsdatum: 12/1958, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: Where the Word Ends: The Life of Louis Moreau Gottschalk, Autor: Loggins, Vernon, Verlag: LOUISIANA ST UNIV PR, Sprache: Englisch, Schlagworte: Biography // Autobiography // BIOGRAPHY & AUTOBIOGRAPHY // Composers & Musicians // Historical // Biografien: historisch // politisch // militärisch, Rubrik: Musik // Biographien, Monographien, Seiten: 296, Gewicht: 398 gr, Verkäufer: averdo

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Resurrection - Die Auferstehung (BLU-RAY)
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Frühling in Chicago, vom Himmel fällt Regen, und in den düsteren Ecken der Stadt bilden sich erste Blutlachen. Dazwischen sitzt ein Toter, dem der rechte Arm amputiert wurde. Der Außenseiter Detective Prudhomme (Christopher Lambert), gebürtig in Louisiana und damit Spezialist für feuchte Elemente, wird zusammen mit seinem Partner (Leland Orser) auf den Fall angesetzt. Der Mörder hat bereits seine Spur zum nächsten Opfer gelegt. Wieder fehlt ein Körperteil, wieder trägt der Tote den Namen eines Apostels und ein Zahlenrätsel in seine Haut geritzt. Für Detective Prudhomme - selbst von einem persönlichen Trauma verfolgt - beginnt die alptraumhafte Jagd auf den Serienkiller. Denn auf einer Fensterscheibe steht mit blutigen Lettern die Prophezeiung geschrieben: "Hes coming." Das verspricht nichts Gutes...Darsteller:Christopher Lambert, Leland Orser, Barbara Gordon, Barbara Tyson, Chaz Thorne, Darren Enkin, Darren Marsman, David Cronenberg, David Ferry, Jacques Tourangeau, James Kidnie, Jan Filips, Jayne Eastwood, Jeff J.J. Authors, Jonathan Potts, Jonathon Whittaker, Karen Glave, Ken Kramer, Mark Melymick, Michael Olah, Mike Anscombe, Patrick Chilvers, Peter MacNeill, Philip Williams, Ray Vernon, Rick Fox, Robert F. Kennedy, Robert Joy, Robert N. Smith, Robert Thomas, Rothaford Gray, Scott Wickware, Silvana Gatica, Tony Meyler, Vicki Papavs

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Jane (I'm-Still-Single) Jones , Hörbuch, Digita...
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What could be worse for a former high school beauty queen who never landed the only man she ever loved than attending - alone - a 10-year high school reunion in a small town teetering on the edge of a time warp? At least that's how successful textile designer Jane Louise Jones views her situation and her hometown, just south of nowhere in the rolling hills of Louisiana, where a woman is still looked at as a failure if she isn't married. At least, that's what her grandmother and all the other blue-haired women of the Vernon Ladies Bridge Club would have her believe. Jane is used to dealing with challenges, but she's decidedly nervous about her reunion. What if Morgan Sherwood, the town boy-wonder who made good in a big way, shows up? Morgan was once her secret love, a geeky teen who stole her heart and then broke it before leaving town forever. Fortunately, her best friend assures her that Morgan will be a no-show. It's terrible when you can't trust your BFF! Morgan arrives with his entourage in a stretch limo. He's not a geeky kid any more. He's six feet of tanned, rippling muscles, and he plans to focus his high-powered brain and use every masculine charm he possesses to seduce the lovely Miss Jones. With a former classmate intending to claim him as husband number four, a Hollywood starlet who shows up to party with him, and an old boyfriend intent on stealing Jane's affection, Morgan has more obstacles than he'd expected. Throw in the Ladies of the Bridge Club, lots of southern charm, and a 10-year old betrayal, and you have all the ingredients for a heartwarming, funny, sexy romantic comedy. Can Jane and Morgan get it right this time? Jane wants to resist. She really does. Her brain says no, but her body says, oh, baby! Yes! Yes! Yes! Smoldering desire, thwarted for 10 years, explodes into passion. Will it burn away their doubts or turn their love into ashes? 1. Language: English. Narrator: Leah Frederick. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/002729/bk_acx0_002729_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Vernon Parish, Louisiana
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Vernon Parish (French: Paroisse de Vernon) is a parish located in the U.S. state of Louisiana. The parish seat is Leesville and as of 2000, the population was 52,531. Vernon Parish is part of the Fort Polk South Micropolitan Statistical Area as well as the Fort Polk South DeRidder Combined Statistical Area. On March 30, 1871, the Louisiana General Assembly passed an act designating the creation of Vernon Parish, by taking territory from the parishes of Natchitoches, Rapides, and Sabine. There are four stories surrounding the naming of the Parish, none of which have any authentic records as proof. The first is that it was named in honor of Mt. Vernon, the home of George Washington.

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Jefferson's Louisiana
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The Purchase of all of Louisiana in 1803 brought the new American nation into contact with the French Creole population of the Lower Mississippi Basin. The Spanish called it Baja Luisiana. While the settlement in and around the city of New Orleans (the capital of the province when it was ruled by Spain) was not large, it had well established governmental and legal institutions. Which system of law would prevail in this volatile corner of the North American continent, a region that was distant and strategically vulnerable to rival European powers-- Spain, France and Great Britain - who still coveted the vast empire that was Louisiana? This was one of the most vexing problems that confronted the Administration of Thomas Jefferson. Reflecting contemporary American opinion, Jefferson did not believe that the United States would be able to incorporate Lower Louisiana into the Union on a basis of equality as a separate and independent state until the very character of its people and the institutional foundation of its culture had been thoroughly transformed. The pivotal issue that came to symbolize this conflict was the struggle between Louisiana civil law and Anglo-American common law. That Louisianians would remain committed to their civil law heritage was by no means certain. But the enactment of the Civil Law Digest by the territorial legislature in 1808 was a major event in the evolution of Louisiana's increasingly complex legal regime. Jefferson's Louisiana shows how this important moment came at a time when political forces and outside events joined together to reinforce local determination to resist total Americanization and to preserve Louisiana's established legal culture. The book reconnects a segment of American legal history to the general history of the period. In addition to official records, it also uses archival sources that demonstrate how the struggle between civil law and common law forces affected people who were either outside of, or but marginally connected to, legal and governmental structures. As stated in the Introduction to this revised edition of Jefferson's Louisiana, 'The Civil Law Digest of 1808 was not only a foundational legal document but a constitutive cultural moment in historical time - an effort by the people of Louisiana to preserve language, culture, and historical memory as well as law.' George Dargo grew up in Brooklyn, New York. A graduate of Erasmus Hall High School and Columbia College, he completed his Doctorate in the Department of History at Columbia University and, later, earned his law degree at Northeastern University. His previous books include Roots of the Republic, Law in the New Republic, and A History of the U.S.Court of Appeals for the First Circuit. He now teaches law at New England Law/Boston. Along with his wife Lois, he lives in Brookline, Massachusetts. 'This penetrating book, first published in 1975, has already influenced and shaped the work of a whole generation of historians and scholars.With this new revised edition published by The Lawbook Exchange, its influence will continue and increase. George Dargo's work remains the indispensable point of departure for those who wish to understand the complex and contingent historical forces at play in Louisiana's successful retention of its civilian legal heritage. A valuable feature of this revised edition is a new introductory essay from the author summarizing and evaluating in a most lucid and balanced way the various debates among scholars that have appeared or continued since the original edition. And the timing of this publication seems perfect-given the recent celebration of the Bicentennial of the Digest of 1808, which itself embodied the 'clash of legal traditions.' Vernon Valentine Palmer Thomas Pickles Professor of Law, Tulane University.

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The Paths to Privity
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[xii], 250 pp. Originally published: San Francisco: Austin & Winfield, 1992. Palmer's fascinating study analyzes the ingrained tendency to prevent third party beneficiary actions through a historical account of privity of contract. Chapter I discusses the origins and historical questions surrounding the issue of privity. Chapter II covers the triumph of consideration in the formative period, 1500-1680. Chapter III outlines the expansion in the chancery phase, 1680-1800, and Chapter IV deals with the rise of the parties-only principle at law and equity during the 1800s. VERNON VALENTINE PALMER is the Thomas Pickles Professor of Law and Co-Director of the Eason Weinmann Center for Comparative Law at Tulane University. He is the author of more than forty books and articles, including Through the Codes Darkly: Slave Law and Civil Law in Louisiana (2012), Mixed Jurisdictions Worldwide: The Third Legal Family (2nd ed., 2012), Mixed Jurisdictions Compared: The Private Law of Louisiana and Scotland (co-edited with Elspeth Reid) (2009), The Louisiana Civilian Experience: Critiques of Codification in a Mixed Jurisdiction (2005), Strict Liability in Europe (co-edited with Franz Werro) (2004), Pure Economic Loss in Europe (co-edited with Mauro Bussani) (2003) and Louisiana: Microcosm of a Mixed Jurisdiction (1999).

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