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JUDGMENTS AND ORDERS,
A TREATISE UPON THE JUDGMENTS, DECREES,
AND ORDERS OF THE COURT OF APPEAL AND HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE,
Chiefly in reference to Actions assigned to the Chancery Division.
WITH COMPLETE FORMS OF ORDERS. Third Edition, almost entirely rewritten and considerably enlarged.
BY LOFTUS LEIGH PEMBERTON, One of the Registrars of the Supreme Court of Judicature ; Author of “ The Practice in
Equity by way of Revivor and Supplement." “The work before us contains, not only a copious and well-selected assortment of precedents, taken in every instance from orders actually made (and with proper references to the reports in all instances of reported cases), but also a series of notes, in which the result of the leading cases is succinctly given in a highly-convenient, though somewhat fragmentary, form; by the light of which the practitioner will, in all ordinary cases, be easily able to adapt the opposite precedent 1o the general circumstances of his own case. We consider the book one of great merit and utility, and we confidently recommend it to the consideration of the profession.”-Solicitors' Journal.
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JUDICATURE ACTS_and RULES, with Tables showing the sources from which the New
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1883, in form of Questions and Answers. By William J. S. Scott, Solicitor (Certificate of Merit, 1878).
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Law. Intended chiefly for Students at the Universities and Inns of Court. By JAMES WILLIAMS,
In this work the Institutes are as far as possible compared paragraph by paragraph with Englich law upon the saine subject.
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THE EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY ACT.
To which is added a Chapter on Lord Campbell's Act, and the Act amending same.
EDMOND R. TURNER, Esq., M.A.,
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The Third Edition, royal 8vo., cloth, 175. 6d. THE CONVEYANCING ACTS, 1881 and 1882, with Explana
tory Notes and Precedents, including (1) General Forms; (2) Conditions of Sale; (3) Purchase Deeds ; (4) Mortgages and Transfers ; (5) Settlements of Personal Estate ; (6) Wills of Personal Estate ; (47) Deeds for the Appointment of New Trustees, and Retirement and Discharge of Trustees; (8) Enlargement of Long Terms. Adapted for use under the Acts. Also, the VENDOR AND PUR: CHASER ACT, 1874, and the MARRIED WOMEN'S PROPERTY ACT, 1882; and Rules of Court. By EDWARD PARKER WOLSTENHOLME, of Lincoln's Inn, Barrister-at-Law, and one of the Conveyancing Counsel of the Court; and RICHARD OTTAWAY TURNER, of Lincoln's Inn, Barrister-at-Law.
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Forms, and Precedents, including (1) Settlements; (2) Wills ; (3) Conveyances; and (4) Deeds for the Appointment of New Trustees and Retirement and Discharge of Trustees of Real Estate, adapted for use under the Act; and Rules. By EDWARD Parker WOLSTENHOLME, of Lincoln's Inn, Barrister-at-Law, and one of the Conveyancing Counsel of the Court; and RICHARD OTTAWAY TURNER, of Lincoln's Inn, Barrister-at-Law.
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Demy 8vo., cloth, price 6s. THE ELECTRIC LIGHTING ACT, 1882, the Acts Incorpo
rated therewith, the Board of Trade Rules, together with numerous Notes and Cases, By Clement Higgins, Recorder of Birkenhead, M.A. Cantab., Fellow of the Physical Society of London, &c.;
and E. W. W. EDWARDS, B.A, Oxon., Barrister-at-Law. “ The work is one which should be upon the book-shelves for ready reference of every local authority and electric light company. The notes are concise, but at the same time thoroughly explicit, and given in language equally intelligibie to the professional and non-professional reader.”—Mining Journal.
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“We have no hesitation in pronouncing this to be by far the best of the three works which have appeared in connection with the Electric Lighting Act."-Solicitors' Journal
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“We cannot praise too highly the great care which the editors of this explanatory treatise have collated and set forth notes, cases, and precedents which tend to illustrate the working of the reasure, and for the clear lucid nature of these explanatory notes. The work may be taken as a reliable guide.”—London Iron Trade Exchange and Mining Engineer.
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