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This front matter section of the book Law & equity: Approaches in Roman law and Common law contains the table of contents, preface, a list of contributors, and a list of abbreviations. The book contains four contributions on the external historical aspects of the dichotomy between ius civile and ius honorarium and Law and Equity respectively, and four contributions on issues of substantive law, such as security interests; the evasion of formalities in property law (bonitary ownership compared with equitable ownership); rescission of contracts; and the construction of contracts. It presents the proceedings of the Leiden conference celebrating the semi-centennial anniversary of Philips van Leyden b.p., the Leiden student society for Roman law and European Legal History on Friday, December 16, 2011.

Keywords: common law; dichotomy; equity; European legal history; Leiden conference; Roman law

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