Liability for fire damages -- Early works to 1800. : Anno nono Georgii Regis. An act for making more effectual an act passed in the eighth year of His Present Majesty's reign, intituled, An act for supplying the records of the Commissary Court of Aberdeen, burnt or lost in the late fire there.
Liability for flood damages -- Australia -- Victoria. : Report from the Statute Law Revision Committee on the proposals contained in the Water (Compensation) Bill relating to the interpretations of "intentional damage" and "negligence" : together with minutes of evidence.
Liability for harassment -- United States -- Cases. : In the Supreme Court of the United States, Randall Jay Dugan, petitioner, v. State of Montana, respondent : on petition for a writ of certiorari to the Supreme Court of Montana : petition for a writ of certiorari / Stuart Banner, Wade Zolynski, Kristen L. Larson, Fred A. Rowley, Jr., Michael J. Mongan.
Liability for hazardous substances damages -- See Toxic torts
Conflict of laws -- Liability for marine accidents. : Droit romain du colonat [electronic resource] : droit français des abordages maritimes : droit français, législation comparée, conflits de lois : thèse pour le doctorat présentée et soutenue le mercredi 28 octobre 1891, à 2 heures 1/2 / par Georges Regnaud.
Liability for marine accidents -- Congresses. : Report of the United States Delegation to the eleventh Diplomatic Conference on Maritime Law : Brussels, Belgium, April 17 through 29, 1961 : proposed convention on liability of operators of nuclear ships, convention for the unification of certain rules relating to the carraige of passengers by sea / submitted to the Secretary of State ; E. Robert Seaver, Chariman of the Delegation ; prepared by the Delegation.
Liability for marine accidents -- United States -- Cases. : The great collision case : E.B. Ward, et. al., owners of the steamer Atlantic, vs. the propeller Ogdensburgh, and Chamberlin & Crawford, her owners; in admiralty : tried and determined at Columbus, in the District of Ohio, at the April term U.S. District Court, A.D. 1853, Hon. Humphrey H. Leavitt, judge / reported by F.D. Kimball.