practical treatise on the law concerning lunatics, idiots, and persons of unsound mind.

by Leonard Shelford

Publisher: J. S. Littell in Philadelphia

Written in English
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StatementWith an appendix of the statutes of England, Ireland, and Scotland, relating to such persons; and precedents and bills of costs. By Leonard Shelford ... London, 1833.
SeriesThe Law library ..., vol. II, October, November, and December, 1833
ContributionsGreat Britain.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsLAW
The Physical Object
Pagination2 p. l., [iii]-lix, 632 p.
Number of Pages632
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6405636M
LC Control Number40020084
OCLC/WorldCa1909801

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L. Shelford, A Practical Treatise on The Law Con-cerning Lunatics, Idiots, and Persons of Unsound Mind () .. 47 Barbara A. Ward, Competency for Execution: Prob-lems in Law . Full text of "Lunacy law [electronic resource]: the statutes relating to private lunatics, pauper lunatics, criminal lunatics, commissions of lunacy, public and private asylums and the commissioners in lunacy" See other formats.   Statutes, both English and American, have expressly declared that lunatic shall apply to all persons of unsound mind, and to those who are incapable of managing their affairs; and in England the name includes idiots also. Lunacy may then be fitly employed as a title under which to present the legal relations of insanity.

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Author(s): Shelford,Leonard Title(s): Practical treatise on the law concerning lunatics, idiots, and persons of unsound mind, with an appendix of the statutes of England, Ireland, and Scotland relating to such persons, and precedents and bills of costs.

Country of Publication: England Publisher: London, Sweet, Description: lxxxiii, p. 45 See Shelford, L Practical Treatise on the Law Concerning Lunatics, Idiots, and Persons of Unsound Mind (Philadelphia: JS Littell, ) p 40; 46 [] 1 WLR 47 Ibid, [7].

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A now-disused term of the common law to refer to a person suffering from a disabling mental disorder. The term lunacy comes form the French word for moon, lune and is taken from the old belief that the moon was responsible for all disorders of the mind.

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A practical treatise on the law concerning lunatics, idiots and persons of unsound mind. London, England: Stevens & Sons. Tighe, J.A. “What’s in a name?”: a brief foray into the history of insanity in England and the United States. Minor and Lunatics. Order 32 has been specially enacted to protect the interests of minors and persons of unsound mind and to ensure that they are represented in suits or proceedings by persons who are qualified to act as such.

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(London: S. Sweet, ), ; H. M. R. Pope, J. H. Boome, and V. de S. Fowke, A Treatise on the Law and Practice of Lunacy, 2nd ed.

(London: Sweet and Maxwell, ), The Metaphysics of Mind and the Practical Science of the Law. Law and History Review, Vol. 26, Issue. 1, p. CrossRef; Treatise on the Law Concerning Idiots, Lunatics, and Other Persons Non Compos Mentis (London: W.

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