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Robust Buttresses: Why Governments Opt for Independent Judiciaries

Roger Douglas

The search for the causal factors involved in reshaping contract law has inspired and divided legal scholars. This article examines developments in the ideology of English contract law against the backdrop of changes in economic structure. In particular it  focuses on the category of contracts in restraint of trade.

(1998) 15(1) Law in Context 105

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