A Digest of the Questions Asked at the Final Examination of Articled Clerks in the Common Law, Conveyancing, and Equity Divisions from the Commencement of the Examinations in 1836 to the Present Time, with Answers Arranged as Far as Practicable in the Same Order as the Text Books from which They are Taken: Also a List of Statutes Referred to and Cases Cited, with a Time Table in an Action, and the Mode of Proceeding, and Directions to be Attended to at the Examination, with the Rules of the Honours Examination (Google eBook)

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H. Cox, 1884 - English law - 635 pages
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