Translation of: L"enterrement de Monsieur Bouvet, published ; Paris: Presses de la Cité,1952.
|Statement||translated from the French by Eugene MacCown.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||189|
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inquest (ĭn′kwĕst′) n. 1. Law a. An investigation conducted by a coroner, sometimes with the aid of a jury, into the cause of death of a person when the cause may be criminal. b. A hearing conducted by a judge or magistrate to determine damages when a defendant has defaulted. c. A judicial inquiry into a specified matter, such as a person's. The book is helpfully structured according to the elements of an inquest or the subject matter of a coroner's investigation. Each chapter provides an overview of the legal issues, statutory material and other sources of guidance, followed by case summaries and extracts where the relevant issues are discussed. New York City Civil Court. INQUESTS (Non-Attorneys only) In General Requesting an Inquest Courtroom Procedure Decision after Inquest. In General. An inquest is a hearing for the purpose of determining the amount of damages due on a claim. At an inquest, only the plaintiff is present because the defendant has failed to answer or appear in the. [NB: This is a holding page. Because books and publications are purchasable, they need to link to the Books and Publications 'product' in the 'Shop' module (go to Shop / Product / List to see it). Talk with Raising IT about how to do this. Also need to add thumbnail images of book covers etc.].