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Title: Postscript on nova species and Kinloch Dampf Ltd. v. Nordvic Salmon Farms Ltd.
Authors: Metzger, Ernest
Keywords: Specificatio
Roman Law
Salmon
Human Tissue
Issue Date: 2004
Publisher: Roman Law Society of America
Citation: E. Metzger, 'Postscript on nova species and Kinloch Damph Ltd. v. Nordvik Salmon Farms Ltd.', in E. Metzger (ed), Law For All Times: Essays in Memory of David Daube [= Roman Legal Tradition, 2] (Lawrence, KS: Roman Law Society of America, 2004), pp.115-121.
Series/Report no.: Roman Legal Tradition
2
Abstract: This article examines a case from the outer house of the Court of Session in Scotland. The case deals with the ownership of living things, and in particular the issue whether a person can become owner of a living thing via the civilian doctrine of specification.
Description: A companion piece is available at http://hdl.handle.net/2164/6
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2164/37
ISBN: 0976414902
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