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Growing similarity in rules of law
The Beginnings of English Commercial and Maritime Law
How foreign doctrine was received .
Notaries-their small place in English law
The boroughs and fairs fail to get jurisdiction in the
The common law and the Chancery
Expansion of common law owing to jealousy of Council
Why it assumed a commercial jurisdiction
Struggles for this jurisdiction foreshadowed.
Reception of foreign doctrines of commercial and maritime law
Commercial cases in the common law courts
Peculiarities of the English development
Possibility of commercial tribunals in England
The number and power of the central courts
The Admiralty more satisfactory than the others
The same causes make commercial and maritime law part of the
DEVELOPMENTs Outside the Sphere of the Common Law-(Continued)
I. The Law Administered by the Council and the Star Chamber
Their executive and judicial functions
Their effective procedure develops the criminal law.
Carelessness with which its records were kept
The influence of the court on the development of English law
Importance of its work in the law of crime and tort
The influence of the procedure of the Star Chamber
The civil and canon law-their influence on procedure abroad
Contrast between English and continental criminal procedure
English procedure needed strengthening .
Some continental ideas borrowed
The development of continental criminal procedure
Canonical procedure per inquisitionem