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Causes argued and decreed in the High court of chancery [1600-1697]

by Great Britain. Court of chancory

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Published by O. Halsted, J. Grigg in New York, Philadelphia .
Written in English

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  • Law reports, digests, etc. -- Great Britain.,
  • Equity. [from old catalog]

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesSelect cases in the High court of chancery.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsLAW
    The Physical Object
    Pagination3 v. in 1.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23385472M
    LC Control Number20017620

    Reports of cases at law and in chancery argued and determined in the Supreme Court of Illinois v(/)=v Freeman. Tanfield Vachell (–) was an English politician who sat in the House of Commons between and Court of Chancery Causes argued and decreed in the High court of chancery , Volumes ;.

    Thus, the law reports of cases in the medieval Court of Chancery are of particular value. Therefore, this book presents an English edition of them, and it is hoped that these primary sources of the law in this court will be useful to the future scholars who may pursue the history of the English Court of Chancery. Reports of cases at law and in chancery argued and determined in the Supreme Court of Illinois v()=v Freeman.

    Supreme Court. Court of Appeal = Purely appeal. High Court = Unlimited/full jurisdiction over criminal/civil cases. District Court = Deals with 95% of all legal matters taken to court. The following notes summarise proceedings in the Court of Chancery in the 15th century. Early Chancery proceedings C1/17/7. as C1/16/ or 49 HenryVI – Edward IV – The Answer of John Grove to the bill of Sir William Okeborne.


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