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Second Edition, thoroughly revised, demy 8vo., 2 vols., cloth, 385. BRETT'S COMMENTARIES ON THE PRESENT LAWS
OF ENGLAND. By THOMAS BRETT, of the Middle Temple, Barrister-at-Law, LL.B. London University; B.A., late Scholar and Student of Trinity College, Dublin ; Exhibitioner in Real Property and Equity : Holder of the First Certificate of Honour, Michaelmas, 1869 : Joint Author of "Clerke and Brett's Conveyancing Acts”; Author of "Brett's Bankruptcy Acts, 1883"; and of "Leading Cases in Modern Equity"; and late Lecturer on Equity to the Incorporated Law Society.
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