Thesis (doctoral)--Universität Bern, 1973. / Includes bibliographical references (p. [17-24]).
Psychological dimensions of access to justice : an empirical study and typology of disputing styles / Access to justice and psychologyPaquin, Julie. January 1997 (has links)
Many factors have been hypothesized to account for the fact that certain disputes become legal claims while others fail to escalate. This thesis argues that psychological factors play a major role in disputants' decisions to resort to the court system, and that a person's propensity to do so is a function of his/her attitudes toward State institutions and his/her personal disputing style. / This thesis is based on an empirical study exploring the existence of such disputing styles in the context of landlord-tenant relationships. Accounts of reallife disputes were gathered through interviews with tenants having recently faced problems with their landlords; four personality tests were also administered to the participants. / In this thesis, qualitative descriptions of 37 individual cases are used in order to build a typology of disputing styles. A statistical analysis of the role played by four personality traits in this typology is then undertaken.
Die Haftung des Schuldners : inbesondere des Mieters für das Verschulden Dritter nach [Paragraph] 278 BGB /Buchholtz, Heinrich. January 1907 (has links)
Thesis (doctoral)--Universität Greifswald.
Über die Rechtsstellung des Pächters und des Verpächters in Beziehung auf Inventar eines gepachteten Grundstücks /Block, Johannes. January 1905 (has links)
Thesis (doctoral)--Friedrich-Alexander-Universität zu Erlangen.
Thesis (doctoral)--Universität Rostock.
Gillespie, David Paul.
Thesis--Wisconsin. / Vita. Includes bibliographical references.
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Negotiating the impossible? : the pursuit of fair and equitable relationships between landlords and under 25s in the private rented sectorLister, Diane January 2002 (has links)
Relationships between landlords and young people, (those under 25), in the private rented sector (PRS) in England and Wales raise a number of important issues for social policy, housing policy and legislation. Firstly, the PRS performs a key role in accommodating young single people who are disproportionately represented in the sector, as access to other tenures is limited. Secondly, successive policy initiatives and legislation have transformed the letting environment in the PRS in conjunction with limiting the resources available to young people to finance accommodation in the sector. Thirdly, relationships in the PRS are at the intersection of a number of legislative provisions and policy regimes resulting in a range of assumptions about each party's respective modes of behaviour in the sector. These aspects of relationships and associated policy and legislative contexts are the key features of exploration in this thesis. This thesis has two main aims. Firstly, to explore assumptions about the nature of the existing legal framework in the PRS and assess its adequacy in regulating relationships. Secondly, to explore the social and economic contexts of relationships and their importance. A qualitative approach was adopted to examine these issues and four research methods were used: in-depth qualitative interviews, vignettes, flashcards and an analysis of letting agreements. The research was conducted in York and a total of 35 interviews were carried out, 15 with landlords, 15 with young people in the PRS, and 5 with representatives of local organisations. This thesis raises implications about the limited role of the law in regulating relationships in the PRS and raises questions about how fair and equitable relationships can be achieved. Regulation and reform of the sector require careful consideration and an awareness of the social and economic contexts of relationships. This thesis provides both a theoretical and empirical basis for the future exploration of these issues.
Fleming, C. E. Berkeley
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Thèse. Droit. Aix-Marseille. 1934.
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