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An act to allow for three years, and until six weeks after the commencement of the then next session of Parliament, […]

An act to allow for three years, and until six weeks after the commencement of the then next session of Parliament, [...] An act to allow for three years, and until six weeks after the commencement of the then next session of Parliament, [...] Law of the United Kingdom and Ireland > England [...]

Categories: su1. Tags: America, British colonies, Canada, Commerce, Commercial law, Commercial policy, Computer File, England, England and Wales, General. Highway law, Great Britain, Internet Resource, Law of the United Kingdom and Ireland, London and The Kings Most Excellent Majesty.



An abridgement of the publick statutes of Ireland, now in force and of general use: and also of such English and British […]

An abridgement of the publick statutes of Ireland, now in force and of general use: and also of such English and British [...] An abridgement of the publick statutes of Ireland, now in force and of general use: and also of such English and British [...] Law of the United Kingdom and Ireland [...]

Categories: su1. Tags: B. Grierson, Collections. Revised editions, Great Britain, Ireland, Ireland (Eire), Law of the United Kingdom and Ireland, Legislation, Monographs. By date and Statutes.



Commentaries on the recent statutes relative to diligence or execution against the moveable estate, imprisonment, cessio […]

Commentaries on the recent statutes relative to diligence or execution against the moveable estate, imprisonment, cessio [...] Commentaries on the recent statutes relative to diligence or execution against the moveable estate, imprisonment, cessio [...] Law of the United Kingdom and Ireland [...]

Categories: su1. Tags: Associations, Bankruptcy, Bankruptcy--Scotland, Business corporations, Commercial law, Corporations. Juristic persons, Disslution. Liquidation. Winding up, Edinburgh, General works, George Joseph Bell, KDC561, Law of the United Kingdom and Ireland, Scotland and Thomas Clark.