A Comparative Study of Peters and Pomeroy's Fourth Edition of Commercial Law and Texas Statutes and Rulings and a Texas Supplement Thereto Page: 1
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The Need of the Study
There are a number of times that Peters and Pomeroy,
in their fourth edition of Commercial Law, make note of
the fact that, the laws vary im different states; but there
are few times that they specify the lav for the individual
states. No reflection is made on Peters and Pomeroy's
book, as it was written to serve as a textbook for a great
numbei of states*
A.g the State of Texas will grant affiliation for only
one-half of a un^t of credit in commercial law, a great
number of schools are net finarc^ally able to equip them*
selves adequately to supplement the commercial law text*
books. Even if a complete library were available for the
commercial law teacher and for the puoils, the present
statutes and case laws hsve grown, to such magnitude that
it would require a great deal of tlreir time in correlating
the law as given by Peters and Pomeroy with Texas laws.
With these things in mind, one caa see that there is a
need of a correlation between the common laws and regula-
tions as stated in the fourth edition of Commercial Lav by
Peters and Pomeroy and the rulings and statutes of the jtate
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Gullion, James Paul. A Comparative Study of Peters and Pomeroy's Fourth Edition of Commercial Law and Texas Statutes and Rulings and a Texas Supplement Thereto, thesis, 1941; Denton, Texas. (https://digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc70309/m1/4/: accessed May 20, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, https://digital.library.unt.edu; .