Essays on conveyancing, with forms of legal styles

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Eighteenth century legal style book from an unidentified law firm [?Aberdeen provenance], containing essays on conveyancing, with forms of legal style.

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Related Material

Style book of Patrick Duff (b.1719), of Premnay, Aberdeenshire (GB 231 MS 2905)

Ane style book containing the formes of all bonds, obligations, assignations, translations, dispositions, contracts, charters, sasines and other usuall writes and cordents which pass between private persons And also contayning the formes of all summonses and lybells used before the Shirreff or Commissar courts of Aberdeen, 1722 (GB 231 MS 3550) (Published as: The Aberdeen Style Book 1722, ed. by M.C. Meston and A.D.M. Forte (Edinburgh: Stair Society, 2000)

Ane style book digested into alphabeticall order , belonging to William Forbes, 1714-5 (GB 231 MS 2218)


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