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This bibliography contains a list of manuscript sources, reference articles and books of the book titled Civil Justice in Renaissance Scotland. The entries are arranged in alphabetical order from A to W. The book explores the nature of civil justice in Renaissance Scotland through a reconsideration of the foundation of the College of Justice in 1532. It is primarily concerned with the origins of a central court, and the implications of this for governance, the legal order and society in terms of both legal development and dispute resolution. The book examines and reassesses the foundation of the College of Justice since the classic account by R.K. Hannay was published in 1933.

Keywords: civil justice; College of Justice; dispute resolution; R.K. Hannay



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