In Part I (posted May 6, 2013), we explored how the general principles of New York law were formulated in the mid-to-late nineteenth century. In this Part II we review how the law was developed and applied to more complicated transactions in the twentieth century. In Part III, we will analyze how the law continues to be followed and applied in the current millennium.
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