‘Dr Bonham’s Case and “Void” Statutes’.
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An interpretation of Edward Coke's remarks that statutes can be declared "void" by the common-law courts, and that early-modern understanding of the concept of voidness was broader than in current usage, bearing an inter partes meaning in the case.
|Title:||‘Dr Bonham’s Case and “Void” Statutes’|
|Keywords:||Legal history, parliamentary sovereignty, Edward Coke|
|UCL classification:||UCL > School of Arts and Social Sciences > Faculty of Laws|
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