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Precedents of pleadings in personal actions in the superior courts of common law : with notes and an appendix of recent statutes and general rules relating to pleading / by Edward Bullen and Stephen Martin Leake
Bib ID 845838
Format BookBook
Author
Bullen, Edward, 1813-1868
 
Edition 3rd ed. 
Description London : Stevens and Sons, 1868 
lxxxiii, 998 p. ; 22 cm. 
Notes

Spine title: Bullen and Leake's precedents of pleading.

Subjects Pleading -- Great Britain.
Other authors/contributors Leake, Stephen Martin, 1826-1893
Also Titled

Bullen and Leake's precedents of pleading

Pleadings in personal actions in the superior courts of common law

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