A few weeks ago we wrote a blog post about bookplates and casually mentioned British nominate reports. Realizing that it is quite an archaic term, some explanation into their significance and their use in the legal world would be beneficial. Referred to as either nominate or nominative reports, these collections of decisions were usually published by individuals.
Every day we receive document delivery requests for U.K. cases, from very old ones such as Stratton v Swanlond (1375) to decisions handed down this month. Here is a list of current sources where you might find the decision that you need Continue reading