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Outlines of a plan for establishing and reducing the expense of verifying titles to landed property, by means of their official investigation and certification / by Henry Tyrwhitt Frend
Spine title of bound volume: Legal 1849-52.
Bib ID 6573086
Format BookBook [text, volume]
Author
Frend, Henry Tyrwhitt, author
 
Edition 2nd edition 
Description London : William Benning, 1851 
viii, 19 pages ; 21 cm 
Series

Pamphlets (Oxford and Cambridge University Club) ; vol. 92.

Notes

At head of title: Official investigation of titles.

Subjects Land titles -- Registration and transfer -- Great Britain.

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