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Free eBook Thomas Pratt is Shooting Rabbits in Bagley Wood: An Account of a Dispute with an Oxford College Over Rights of Common in a Berkshire Wood 1820-1856 download ISBN: 0952058022
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After the war, he continued his studies at New College, Oxford, and he has lived and taught in Oxford for well over half a century, holding fellowships at several Oxford colleges. From 1971 to 1988, he was Regius Professor of Civil Law and a Fellow of All Souls College in Oxford. He is internationally known for his work on ownership, legal causation, and Roman law. Export citation Request permission.

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