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The Accomplish'd Practiser in the High Court of Chancery: Shewing the Whole Method of Proceedings, According to the Present Practice, From the Bill to the Appeal, Inclusive, Containing the Original Power and Jurisdictionf of the Chancery, Both as a Court of Law and Equity; The Office of the Lord Chancellor, Master of the Rolls, and the Rest of the Officers; Also the Best Forms and Precedents of Bills, Answers, Pleas, Demurrers, Writs, Commissions, Interrogatories, Affidavits, Petitions and Orders: Together With a List of the Officers and Their Fees: Likewise Other Matters Useful for Practisers

By Joseph Harrison
Format
Book
Published
London, Printed by A. Strahan, and W. Woodfall ... for T. Whieldon [etc.], 1790.
Edition
7th ed. (being a new one) upon a plan different from that pursued in the former editions of this work; with all the practice enlarged under every head, and addition of precedents of all kinds; the proceedings upon a commission of lunacy; with additional notes and references to the ancient and modern reports in equity. By John Griffith Williams
Language
English
Description
2 v. 22 cm.
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