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Indeterminacy and the Law of Restitution

argument that follows is a somewhat condensed version of a point that I developed in James Steven Rogers, Negotiability, Property, and Identity, 12 CARDOZO L. REV. 471, at 491–501 (1990). 113. One is

Chapter 3: Contracts and Commercial Law

prosecution of loansharks. 6 Section 49(a) of chapter 271 provides that contracting for or receiving interest and expenses at a rate in excess of 200Jo per year is a criminal offense punishable • JAMES STEVEN ... ROGERS is an Assistant Professor of Law at Boston College Law School. § 3.1 ' 1980 Mass. Adv. Sh. 1721, 409 N.E.2d 167. Four months before the Supreme Judicial Court's decision in Bege/fer, the

Unification of Payments Law and the Problem of Insolvency Risk in Payment Systems

By James Steven Rogers, Published on 04/01/08 ... Risk in Payment Systems, 83 Chi.-Kent L. Rev. 689 (2008). Available at: https://scholarship.kentlaw.iit.edu/cklawreview/vol83/iss2/9 - JAMES STEVEN ROGERS* INTRODUCTION A century ago, or even fifty

The Myth of Negotiability

Follow this and additional works at: http://lawdigitalcommons.bc.edu/bclr Part of the Commercial Law Commons Recommended Citation - Article 2 THE MYTH OF NEGOTIABILITYt* JAMES STEVEN ROGERS** 1 ... Good Dishonored Bills 2. Disputes Between Judges and Juries VIII.ImnicATtoNs FOR MODERN COMMERCIAL LAW IX. IMPLICATIONS FOR LEGAL HISTORY t Copyright 1990 James Steven Rogers. * This Article is part