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The law of mortgage and other securities upon property / by the late William Richard Fisher
Bib ID 1037479
Format BookBook
Author
Fisher, William Richard, 1824-1888
 
Edition 5th ed. / by Arthur Underhill. 
Description London : Butterworth, 1897 
cxlvi, 995, 154 p. ; 26 cm. 
Notes

Spine title: Fisher's law of mortgage.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Subjects Mortgages -- Great Britain.
Other authors/contributors Underhill, Arthur, Sir, 1850-1939
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Fisher's law of mortgage

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