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Vicarious liability in air law.

McGill University
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  • International Air Law.
  • Law


“In a generic and primary sense, jurisprudence includes the entire body of legal doctrine. It is jurisprudentia - the knowledge of law - and in this sense all law books are books of law” (1). According to this nomenclature all books, notes and thesis on Air Law including the Rome and Warsaw Conventions that embody the legal doctrine are subjects of jurisprudence. "From jurisprudence in its generic sense, as including the entire body of legal doctrine, it is necessary to distinguish jurisprudence in a more specific sense, in which it means a particular department of such doctrine exclusively.

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