Legal and Institutional Methods Applied to the Debiting of Direct Discounts. V. The New York Study, 40 YALE L.J. 1055 (1931)
This, the fifth article of the series, is devoted to the study made to find the sequences to serve as the standards of comparison in measuring the degree by which the behavior of the parties ("the facts") in Delano v. Equitable Trust CompanyI deviated from the institutions of the jurisdiction. The Delano case was decided in 1920. The decision was made at a Special Term of the Supreme Court in Kings County by a justice of the Second Judicial District. That district includes the four counties of Long Island, Kings, Queens, Nassau, and Suffolk, and the one county of Staten Island, Richmond. Accordingly sought were those of the culture in these five counties ten years ago.
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Moore, W. Underhill, "Legal and Institutional Methods Applied to the Debiting of Direct Discounts. V" (1931). Faculty Scholarship Series. Paper 2891.