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ISBN:0406337225
Author: Philip Henry Pettit
ISBN13: 978-0406337221
Title: Private sector tenancies
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Language: English
Publisher: Butterworths; 2nd edition (1981)
Pages: 327

Private sector tenancies by Philip Henry Pettit



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Philip Henry Pettit was professor of equity at the University of Bristol from 1966 to 1983, when he took early retirement and moved to the then new independent University of Buckingham until retiring in 1990. He contributed a paper at the First International Conference on Equity, held in Jerusalem in 1990. Its proceedings were subsequently published under the title Equity and Contemporary Legal Developments.

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McGeer, Victoria and Philip Pettit ‘The Hard Problem of Responsibility’ in David Shoemaker, e. Oxford Studies in Agency and Responsibility, Vol 3, 2015, 160-88. The Asymmetry of Good and Evil’ in Mark Timmons, ed, Oxford Studies in Normative Ethics, Vol 5, 2015, 15-37. Victoria McGeer and Philip Pettit ‘The Desirability and Feasibility of Restorative Justice’, Raisons Politiques Vol 57, 2015, 17-33 Reprinted with minor revisions in Restorative Justice: An International Journal, Vol 3, 2015, 325-41.