Re: Diverse incorporeal hereditaments of (formerly) feudal barons and earls
- From: "Jan Böhme" <jan.bohme@xxxxx>
- Date: 3 Mar 2007 15:09:11 -0800
On 2 Mar, 12:22, "barrassie" <mckerrellofhillho...@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
On Mar 1, 11:13 pm, "Jan Böhme" <jan.bo...@xxxxx> wrote:
I don't know
too much about Anglo-Saxon legislation, but in the Swedish tradition,
if the legislator says that "any heraldic privilege incidental to the
dignity shall remain", this implies that there are some, because
otherwise the whole clause would have been pointless in any situation,
and thus useless, and it isn't valid jurisprucence blithely to assume
that the legislator is talking through his hat.
Anglo -saxon law applies to England, Scotland and England once
independent nations have retained their own law, therefore it would be
Scots law not anlo-saxon which would be applicable.
Sorry. I used "Anglo-Saxon law" not in the sense of "Sassenach Law",
but as an opposite to "Continental Law", for want of a better term.
Thus, I included English law, US law (at least the vast majority of
it) and Scots law.
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