Sheriff-law: Or, a Practical Treatise on the Office of Sheriff, Undersheriff, Bailiffs, Etc., Their Duties at the Election of Members of Parliament and Coroners, Assizes, and Sessions of the Peace : Writs of Trial, Writs of Inquiry, Compensation Notices, Interpleader, Writs, Warrants, Returns, Bills of Sale, Bonds of Indemnity, Etc
Longman, Brown, Green, and Longmans, 1854 - Bailiffs - 310 pages
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