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International law situations with solutions and notes. 1912.

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      • At head of title: Naval war college.Discussions conducted by Prof. George Grafton Wilson.

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        LC Classifications1912
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        Paginationxvi, 60 p. :
        Number of Pages55
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[19] In the absence of reasonable care on the part of the claimant, courts are likely to reduce the liability of the injurer. Public policy requires an innkeeper to be insurer of the property of his or her guests.

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