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The Resource The payment order of antiquity and the Middle Ages : a legal history, Benjamin Geva, (electronic resource)

The payment order of antiquity and the Middle Ages : a legal history, Benjamin Geva, (electronic resource)

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The payment order of antiquity and the Middle Ages : a legal history
Title
The payment order of antiquity and the Middle Ages
Title remainder
a legal history
Statement of responsibility
Benjamin Geva
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Subject
Language
eng
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BTCTA
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1946-
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Geva, Benjamin
LC call number
K867
LC item number
.G48 2011
Series statement
Hart monographs in transnational and international law
Series volume
v. 6
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  • Payment
  • Transfer payments
  • Negotiable instruments
  • Banks and banking
  • Recht
  • èUberweisung
  • Geschichte Anfèange-1500
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The payment order of antiquity and the Middle Ages : a legal history, Benjamin Geva, (electronic resource)
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Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [687]-711) and index
Contents
Money, payment in money, and the order to pay money -- Money and monetary legal theory in antiquity and the Middle Ages -- Funds transfer in antiquity : instruments, institutions and mechanisms -- Deriving history from law : are cheques traceable to the Talmud? -- The payment order under Roman law -- The medieval Hawale : the legal nature of the Suftaj and other Islamic payment instruments -- Funds transfer under Talmudic law : orthodoxy and adaptation -- Payment orders in medieval continental Europe : book transfers and bills of exchange -- Payment orders under English common law : the bailment of money and the "reception" of the bill of exchange -- Evolution and transformation : the birth of the modern payment system in post-medieval England -- Turning the wheels of post-medieval change : paper circulation and negotiatbility under English law -- Staying on course : the footprint of ancient and medieval doctrine and practice on modern payment laws -- Epilogue : From barter to electronic funds transfers and the role of law
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OCM1bookssj0000621878
Dimensions
24 cm.
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unknown
Extent
xlvi, 736 p.
Isbn
9781849460521
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(cloth)
Lccn
2012392071
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ill.
Specific material designation
remote
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(WaSeSS)ssj0000621878
Label
The payment order of antiquity and the Middle Ages : a legal history, Benjamin Geva, (electronic resource)
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [687]-711) and index
Contents
Money, payment in money, and the order to pay money -- Money and monetary legal theory in antiquity and the Middle Ages -- Funds transfer in antiquity : instruments, institutions and mechanisms -- Deriving history from law : are cheques traceable to the Talmud? -- The payment order under Roman law -- The medieval Hawale : the legal nature of the Suftaj and other Islamic payment instruments -- Funds transfer under Talmudic law : orthodoxy and adaptation -- Payment orders in medieval continental Europe : book transfers and bills of exchange -- Payment orders under English common law : the bailment of money and the "reception" of the bill of exchange -- Evolution and transformation : the birth of the modern payment system in post-medieval England -- Turning the wheels of post-medieval change : paper circulation and negotiatbility under English law -- Staying on course : the footprint of ancient and medieval doctrine and practice on modern payment laws -- Epilogue : From barter to electronic funds transfers and the role of law
Control code
OCM1bookssj0000621878
Dimensions
24 cm.
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
xlvi, 736 p.
Isbn
9781849460521
Isbn Type
(cloth)
Lccn
2012392071
Other physical details
ill.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(WaSeSS)ssj0000621878

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