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  1. A Compendious And Comprehensive Law Dictionary: Elucidating the Terms, And General Principles of Law And Equity by Thomas Walter Williams, 2006-11-30
  2. Records management recommendations for the Gibson County Circuit, Law and Equity, and General Sessions Courts, Humbolt, Tennessee by Randy P Wolfe, 1979
  3. Principles of Contract at Law and in Equity: A Treatise on the General Principles Concerning the Validity of Agreements in the Law of England and Am by Frederick, Sir Pollock, 1988-08
  4. Principles of contract at law and in equity;: A treatise on the general principles concerning the validity of agreements in the law of England and America, by Frederick Pollock, 1906
  5. Principles of contract at law and in equity;: Being a treatise on the general principles concerning the validity of agreements, with a special view to the comparison of law and equity, by Frederick Pollock, 1885
  6. Principles of contract at law and in equity: Being a treatise on the general principles concerning the validity of agreements, with a special view to the ... to Roman, American, and continental law by Frederick Pollock, 1881
  7. Every lawyer's own book: A handy volume on general principles and points of practice of the courts of law and equity : with many concise and useful modern forms and precedents by Barrister, 1870
  8. Structuring Venture Capital, Private Equity And Entrepreneurial Transactions, 2006 by Jack S. Levin, 2006-06-12
  9. The Law of Equity Compensation by Alisa J. Baker and Corey Rosen, 2006-08-30
  10. The World Bank Legal Review, Volume 2 - Law, Equity and Development (World Bank Legal Review) by The World Bank, (ed.), 2006-12-31
  11. Liston's Georgia pleading, practice, and legal forms annotated;: A comprehensive compilation of forms of pleadings in actions at law, suits in equity, ... and legal and business forms in general by Rupert A Brown, 1974
  12. The Jurist. Containing Reports of Cases Decided in The Courts of Equity and Common Law, and in the Admiralty and Ecclesiastical Courts; with a general digest of all the reports published, etc. by 1855
  13. Small business efforts to facilitate equity capital formation : report to the Chairman, Committee on Small Business, U.S. Senate (SuDoc GA 1.13:GGD-00-190) by U.S. General Accounting Office, 2000
  14. PLEADING AND PRACTICE FORMS: Common Law, Code, and Equity Pleading with Selected Illustrative Simplified Forms (American Law and Procedure) by J. W. Simonton, G. N. Foster, et all 1915

1. General Equity: Part III
to the law of nature, which embodies the moral law Again, judicial laws, so farforth as they have in them the general or common equity of the law of nature
The Divine Law
of Political Israel Expired:
Part III
General Equity (continued)
Theodore Beza (1519-1605), Calvin's contemporary at Geneva, employs the expression general equity to define the element of justice, derived from natural law, which belongs to all civil laws, despite the variation between the political constitutions of different nations. "If again someone were to raise the objection that public law referring to the constitution of the people or nation . . . differs widely from the law of nature common to all nations, I shall concede that this is true indeed in certain matters, but with this limitation that that entire distinction is connected with circumstances which cannot prevent general fairness and equity [generalis illa aequitas et epieicheia ] from so far remaining steadfast and invariable that every polity acting in violation of it - as for example if undisguised impieties, robberies and similar crimes both against God and against the law of nations and good morals were to meet with approval - should be utterly condemned and cast off."(38)
Thou shalt not steal , to this extent all are bound to fulfill them both. The thief is sentenced to make restitution for the theft, sometimes twice as much, sometimes four times as much . . . . . This penalty is purely political, and it binds the one nation of the Israelites, to whom alone it was adapted. Therefore it is permitted for the magistrate, in his exercise of sovereignty and for definite and good causes, to prescribe a more severe manner of punishment . . . . . And to be sure, if anyone compares several of the laws of the Greeks, and many of the laws of the Romans, with the Mosaic, he will find a similarity among them in establishing penalties, so that it is sufficiently plain that all were adapted to the same goal of natural equity."(39)

2. "Chancery, Court Of Equity" Defined
Definition of "Chancery, Court Of equity" court exercising jurisdiction at law, but mainly in equity. It is not are invested with general equity powers and act either as courts of law or equity, according to
The 'Lectric Law Library's Lexicon On
* Chancery, Court Of Equity *
CHANCERY, COURT OF EQUITY - The name of a court exercising jurisdiction at law, but mainly in equity.
It is not easy to determine how courts of equity originally obtained the jurisdiction they now exercise. Their authority, and the extent of it, have been subjects of much question, but time has firmly established them; and the limits of their jurisdiction seem to be in a great degree fixed and ascertained.
The jurisdiction of a court of equity differs essentially from that of a court of law. The remedies for wrongs, or for the enforcement of rights, may be distinguished into two classes; those which are administered in courts of law, and those which are administered in courts of equity. The rights secured by the former are called legal; those secured by the latter are called equitable. The former are said to be rights and remedies at common law, because recognized and enforced in courts of common law. The latter are said to be rights and remedies in equity, because they are administered in courts of equity or chancery, or by proceedings in other courts analogous to those in courts of equity or chancery.
They were known in the civil law; and the party could apply them only to their original purposes. In other cases he had a special remedy. In such cases where the courts of common law cannot grant the proper remedy or relief, the law of England and of the United States (in those states where equity is administered) authorizes an application to the courts of equity or chancery, which are not confined or limited in their modes of relief by such narrow regulations, but which grant relief to all parties in cases where they have rights, ex aequo et bono, and modify and fashion that relief according to circumstances.

3. Chinalaw - PRC Sino-Foreign Equity Joint Venture Law
SinoForeign equity Joint Venture law. ( Adopted at the Second Session of the Fifth National People's employment of the general manager, the vice- general manager(s), the chief
Sino-Foreign Equity Joint Venture Law
(Adopted at the Second Session of the Fifth National People's Congress on July 1, 1979, and revised in accordance with the Decision of the National People's Congress Regarding the Revision of the Law of the People's Republic of China in Chinese-Foreign Equity Joint Ventures adopted at the Third Session of the Seventh National People's Congress on April 4, 1990) Article 1 Article 2 Article 3 Article 4 ... Article 15 Article 1. With a view to expanding international economic cooperation and technological exchange, the People's Republic of China shall permit foreign companies, enterprises, other economic organizations or individuals (hereinafter referred to as 'foreign joint ventures') to establish equity joint ventures together with Chinese companies, enterprises or other economic organizations (hereinafter referred to as 'Chinese joint ventures') within the territory of the People's Republic of China, on the principle of equality and mutual benefit, and subject to approval by the Chinese Government. Article 2.

4. Autonomy-Community Balance/Equity-Law Distinction
Lessons from anarchism for psychologists of law. The AutonomyCommunity Balance. and the equity-law Distinction Anarchy's Task 74). In general, such non-law societies, "as Kropotkin predicted . . . do not reflect the coercive and
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The Autonomy-Community Balance
and the Equity-Law Distinction:
Anarchy's Task
for Psychological Jurisprudence
Dennis R. Fox 1993: B
1990: Original version presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Psychological Association, Boston
This paper reflects an extension of my earlier focus on anarchism's effort to balance autonomy and community into areas of the law. Not that I expect psychologists interested in law to become anarchists, but hey, that doesn't mean they shouldn't think about it. Note: This version may not exactly match the published version!
Anarchist political theory holds that efforts to achieve an optimal balance between individual autonomy and psychological sense of community are often hindered rather than helped by institutionalized legal principles and practices. Despite law's dominance, echoes of earlier forms of social organization more in keeping with optimal well-being may be identified in legal doctrine related to such topics as the distinction between law and equity, jury nullification, and the Ninth Amendment, all of which have been subject to much criticism. Adherents of psychological jurisprudence concerned with the subjective experience of law and with social justice should take seriously the anarchist position that radical social change is needed to help society progress in a direction more suited to basic human needs and values.

5. College Of Law : Business Law: Private Equity - General Overview
Business law Private equity general Overview. Business law Private equity- general Overview. Miscellaneous. Programme 1009. LNTV Times Issue 0. 09-Jan-04.

6. General Equity: Part IV
tradition has sought corroboration from other sources for the content of generalequity, before accounting a provision of the Mosaic judicial law to be of
The Divine Law
of Political Israel Expired:
Part IV
General Equity (continued)
What Perkins called "general or common equity" and Rutherford termed "common moral equity" is that element in the judicial laws which is shared with the law of nature and with the general teaching of Scripture about morals, and hence can be discovered in these other sources.(52) In other words, the only element in the judicial law which rises above temporary obligation is that which also belongs to other sources of divine revelation about ethics. Because general equity is known from these other sources, it can be recognized when it is present in the judicial law of Moses.
When equity is spoken of as "general or common" to several members of the same class, the meaning of the word general is not distant from the Latin word generalis from which it is derived. The connotation of the Latin word is especially pertinent because the classical Reformed divines read, spoke, wrote and thought in Latin, the language in which university instruction was still delivered at the time of the Westminster Assembly. The Oxford English Dictionary comments on the sense of the Latin word as background for the first meaning of the English word. "The primary sense of the Latin adj. is thus 'pertaining to the (whole) class.' The word is somewhat rare in classical Latin; in the later lang., when genus and species (after the Aristotelian genos and eidos ) had become familiar as the technical terms for classes respectively of greater and lesser extension

7. Common Law & Colonial Statutes
Bob's Genealogy Filing Cabinet II. Overview Common law, equity Colonial Statutes. ( Specifically Applicable to the Southern Colonies) The law was a combination of common law, equity, and statute follows on this and other pages is necessarily very general and you should be cautious about applying it to
Bob's Genealogy Filing Cabinet II
(Specifically Applicable to the Southern Colonies) What follows on this and other pages, is applicable to the southern colonies, but not necessarily to the northern ones.  Colonies like Massachusetts and Pennsylvania, for example, deviated significantly from both English law and the other colonies in several respects important in genealogy. We tend to think of “the law” as a vast collection of statues covering nearly every possible circumstance in precise detail.  However, this modern view is quite misleading.   The law in the 17 th and 18 th century south was largely unwritten.  “The law” was a combination of common law, equity, and statute.   Much of the foundation of colonial legal systems was the common law of England, which tended to be assumed by the colonies rather than codified  As it happens, the aspects of law that most concern genealogists were, to a great extent, “unwritten”.
Common Law
Because the common law of England was generally unlegislated, it was not codified in a form that is preserved today.  Our sources today are a variety of legal texts of the period and later.  Although there were several of these, the most useful to us was produced by Sir William Blackstone. His Commentaries on The Laws of England (4 volumes 1765-9) are relatively inexpensive today and quite useful in understanding the common law foundation on which the colonies built.     

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9. Chinalaw - PRC General Principles Of The Civil Law
general Principles of the Civil law of the People's Republic of China. ( Adopted at the Fourth Session of the Sixth National People's Congress, promulgated by Order No. A Chineseforeign equity
General Principles of the Civil Law of the People's Republic of China
(Adopted at the Fourth Session of the Sixth National People's Congress, promulgated by Order No. 37 of the President of the People's Republic of China on April 12, 1986, and effective as of January 1, 1987)
CHAPTER I Basic Principles CHAPTER II Citizen (Natural Person)
    Section 1 Capacity for Civil Rights and Capacity for Civil Conduct
    Section 2 Guardianship
    Section 3 Declarations of Missing Persons and Death
    Section 4 Individual Businesses and Lease-holding Farm Households
    Section 5 Individual Partnership
CHAPTER III Legal Persons
    Section 1 General Stipulations
    Section 2 Enterprise as Legal Person
    Section 3 Official Organ, Institution and Social Organization as Legal PERSONS
    Section 4 Economic Association
CHAPTER IV Civil Juristic Acts and Agency
    Section 1 Civil Juristic Acts
    Section 2 Agency
CHAPTER V Civil Rights
    Section 1 Property Ownership and Related Property Rights
    Section 2 Creditors' Rights
    Section 3 Intellectual Property Rights Section 4 Personal Rights
CHAPTER VI Civil Liability
    Section 1 General Stipulations Section 2 Civil Liability For Breach of Contract Section 3 Civil Liability For Infringement of Rights Section 4 Methods of Bearing Civil Liability
CHAPTER VII Limitation of Action CHAPTER VIII Application of Law in Civil Relations with Foreigners CHAPTER IX Supplementary Provisions CHAPTER I Basic Principles Article 1.

10. General Equity: Part I
The Divine law. of Political Israel Expired Part I. Copyright 1997 Sherman Isbell. general equity now, further than the general equity thereof may require.(10) V. The moral law doth for ever bind there is an element of general equity in the judicial laws which
The Divine Law
of Political Israel Expired:
Part I
General Equity
About 1970 claims began to be published that a perpetual obligation remains in many Old Testament ordinances which classical Reformed theologians had regarded as expired under the New Testament. The "Christian Reconstruction" movement seeks to conform modern society to this reassertion of certain laws given to Old Testament Israel. One of the tenets of Christian Reconstruction is theonomy, the belief that the Old Testament civil law is morally binding today. This essay will examine the diversity between theonomy and the classical Reformed tradition. Particular attention will be given to the Westminster Confession of Faith and Catechisms as representative of classical Reformed theology; our reference will be to the original text of the Confession (1646), without the eighteenth-century American revisions respecting the civil magistrate.
Important Issues at Stake
There are important practical implications in the question whether theonomy is consistent with the teaching of the Westminster standards. It is the intended function of the Westminster Confession and Catechisms to define both the system of doctrine and the ethics found in Scripture. Recognition that the standards define a system of doctrine inclusive of ethics is embodied in the subscription vows which John Murray composed for the Presbyterian Reformed Church, altering the American vow from "system of doctrine" to read "system of truth."
Elsewhere Murray argued that the system of truth in the Westminster standards encompasses ethics as well as doctrine. "When the formula refers to the system of doctrine taught in the holy Scriptures and to the Confession and Catechisms as containing this system, it will surely be granted that the system includes ethics as well as what is sometimes, more specifically, called doctrine. The space devoted to ethics in the subordinate standards, especially in the Catechisms, would permit no other conclusion. And, of course, to exclude ethics from the system of doctrine taught in Scripture would be preposterous. Now, on the assumption that the formula involves subscription to the system of doctrine contained in the Confession and Catechisms, . . . I submit that the teaching respecting the Sabbath and its continuing obligation belongs integrally to the system of doctrine set forth in these documents. More specifically, this teaching belongs to the

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13. Our American Common Law
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14. QUT Faculty Of Law Equity Committee
Faculty elected by the fulltime general staff of elected by postgraduate studentsfrom law and Justice equity Manager or nominee (coopted); Oodgeroo Manager or

15. General Theory Of Law
general Theory of law by N. M. Korkunov Trusts and Estates. general Theory of law. By N Chapter III. general View of equity Jurisdiction. 59
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US$34.95 The philosophical underpinnings of the law as espoused by a law professor from Russia. Publisher Comments Category: Law This title is part of the International Law list. Of Interest: Law: Its Origin, Growth and Function Legal Lore: Curiosities of Law and Lawyers The Reasonableness of the Law This English translation of Professor Korkunov’s (University of St. Petersburg) philosophical insight into universal legal thought as well as Russian juridical thought, provides interesting reading for all who would like to know about the basis of law. After an illuminating introduction, the book is divided into four broad parts conceptions of law, objective and subjective sides of law, hypothesis of natural law, and positive law. The author states: “Among all the branches of science it is precisely in law that the compelling necessity for a generalized system is felt. This arises from the fact that we cannot observe law in its entirety.” No book review available N.M. Korkunov was a professor at the University of Saint Petersburg in Russia.

16. Equity Definition Of Equity. What Is Equity? Meaning Of Equity. What Does Equity
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Noun equity - the difference between the market value of a property and the claims held against it assets - anything of material value or usefulness equity - the ownership interest of shareholders in a corporation stake interest - (law) a right or legal share of something; a financial involvement with something; "they have interests all over the world"; "a stake in the company's future" sweat equity - interest in a building that a tenant earns by contributing to its renovation or maintenance equity - conformity with rules or standards; "the judge recognized the fairness of my claim" fairness non-discrimination - fairness in treating people without prejudice sportsmanship - fairness in following the rules of the game justice justness - the quality of being just or fair inequity unfairness - injustice by virtue of not being equitable Legend: Synonyms Related Words Antonyms Examples from classic literature: More Surely there is in some sort a right in every suit; either a right of

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18. Faculty Of Law: Equity Sub-Committee - About Us
ABOUT US. Members of the Faculty s equity SubCommittee are Lecturer, GriffithLaw School. Click here to view Staff Profile. Ms Susan Collins (general staff).
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    A Comparison of Gender-Related Attitudes Towards Mathematics Between Girls in Single-Sex and Co-Educational Schools,? Hazel Clifford, University of Exeter Master Thesis, 1998. This is a report of an investigation into differences in the attitudes of girls towards the learning of mathematics. The focus is purely on attitudinal factors and is not linked to attainment. The purpose is to identify differences or similarities in attitude between girls in co-educational and single-sex education which could possibly impact upon other issues such as confidence in mathematical ability, pursuit of mathematics to higher levels and perceptions of mathematics as an acceptable female choice.It discusses past and current issues regarding gender inequity [both in general and in terms of mathematical education], the variables which impact upon it and the changes concerning this problem which have been made over the past twenty years in attempts to redress it. A Critical Bibliography on North American Indians
    This bibliography, compiled by the Anthropology Outreach Office of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History, is a response to teachers' concerns about choosing culturally sensitive and historically accurate books for children about American Indians and Alaska Natives.

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