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Williams, Mortimer and Sunnucks: Executors, Administrators and Probate

Edited by: Alexander Learmonth, Charlotte Ford, Julia Clark, John Ross Martyn
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This book is now Out of Print.
A new edition has been published, the details can be seen here:
The Rule of Law in Japan: A Comparative Analysis 4th ed isbn 9789041186669

The Rule of Law in Japan: A Comparative Analysis 3rd ed

ISBN13: 9789041141255
New Edition ISBN: 9789041186669
Previous Edition ISBN: 9789041127501
Published: December 2012
Publisher: Kluwer Law International
Country of Publication: The Netherlands
Format: Hardback
Price: Out of print

Since publication of the first edition, practitioners who deal with Japanese law have put great store in this major work, which systematically compares U.S. law and Japanese law across all the major fields of legal practice. Japan’s legal system has changed dramatically since the publication of the Second Revised Edition as a consequence of Legislation and Supreme Court decisions in such diverse areas as public law (including administrative, election, constitutional and criminal law) as well as private law (including custody, assisted reproduction technology, labor law, discrimination, corporate governance, civil litigation, etc.).

This new edition follows the same comparative structure as formerly, but fully updates the coverage with the many changes currently in place or in process in Japanese law today while adding new chapters on Freedom of Expression and Conflict of Laws.

Although the alteration of the legal landscape in Japan is highly visible, the author does not hesitate to raise questions as to how far-reaching the changes really are. In almost every branch of the new Japanese legal practice he uncovers ways in which laws and judicial rulings are closely qualified and are likely to present challenges in any given case. He reminds the reader in each chapter that ‘what you see may not be what you get.’ For this reason, and for its comprehensive coverage, this third edition is sure to gain new adherents as the best-informed practical guide for lawyers with dealings in Japan.

Other Jurisdictions , Japan
About the Author.
CHAPTER 1 Introduction.
CHAPTER 2 Foundations of the Legal System.
CHAPTER 3 Constitutional Ideology.
CHAPTER 4 The Legal Profession.
CHAPTER 5 The Judiciary.
CHAPTER 6 Treaties.
CHAPTER 7 Freedom of Expression.
CHAPTER 8 Equality and Issues of Discrimination.
CHAPTER 9 Family Law and Issues of Modern Science that Affect the Family.
CHAPTER 10 Article 9: Renunciation of War—Military Power and Responsibility.
CHAPTER 11 Separation of Church and State.
CHAPTER 12 Contracts.
CHAPTER 13 Corporate Matters.
CHAPTER 14 Civil Litigation.
CHAPTER 15 Conflict of Laws.
CHAPTER 16 Criminal Law.
CHAPTER 17 Administrative Law.
CHAPTER 18 Unifying Factors.
CHAPTER 19 Conclusion.
Table of Japanese Cases.
Table of United States Cases.
Table of Contents.