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Erskine's Institute of the Law of Scotland.
With the Notes of LORD Ivory and previous Editors, and additional Notes bringing down the Law to the present tinie. By JAMES BAPENACH Nicolson, Esq., Advocate. In Two Vols., demy 4to.
Price £4, 10s.
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Principles of the Law of Scotland. By John ERSKINE of Carnock.
Substitute of Glasgow. Ove Vol., 8vo. Price 21s.
A Treatise on the Law of Scotland relating to Law A gents, their
and Forms, &c. In One Vol., 8vo. Price 14s. “A very able and exhaustive bit of work."-Scotsman. “Should be at every practising lawyer's hand.”—Daily Review.
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The Law of Scotland in relation to Wills and Succession, including the subjects of Intestate Succession, and the Construction of Wills, Entails, and Trust Settlements. By John M'LAREN, Esq.,
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Duncan's Entail Procedure.
Manual of Summary Procedure, under the Act for the Amendment of the Law of Entail in Scotland (11 and 12 Vict., cap. 36), and Relative Statutes and Acts of Sederut. By Jonn M. Duncan,
Esq., Advocate. One Vol., 8vo. Price 12s. 6d. Duncan's Entail Digest.
Digest of Entail Cases, in which Deeds of Entail have been challenged on the ground of alleged defects in the Prohibitory or Fencing Clauses, with the Clarises founded on, and the Judgments of
the Court. By Joun M. Duncan, Esq., Advocate. 8vo. Price 9s. Duncan's Parochial Ecclesiastical Law. Second Edition.
Treatise on the Parochial Ecclesiastical Law of Scotland. By Join
8vo. Price £1, 10s. “The most cursory perusal will convince any one that the book is a useful one. It is much more than a mere digest of cases, which is usually the highest result attained in legal literature. The subjects treated embrace Parishes in general, Patronage, Churches, Churchyards, Stipends, Manses, Glebes, Heritors, Schools, and Schoolmasters." -Glasgow Herald. Wilson's Sheriff-Court Practice.
The Practice of the Sheriff-Courts in Scotland in Civil Causes (with a Historical Introduction, and an Appendix of Statutes and Acts of Parliament). By John DOVE WILSON, Esq., Advocate,
Sheriff-Substitute, Aberdeen. In One Volume, 8vo. Price 22s. “ Judging from the paragraphs of this edition we have looked at by way of test, we can believe that every paragraph has been carefully revised, and the book is about as perfect as human care and industry can make it, and is in every respect, from statement of legal principle and court justice down to typography, one of the most accurate law books in existence, It forms quite a hard packed law library for Sheriffs, Sheriff-Substitutes, and country Procurators." - Scotsman.
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Summary of the Law of Joint Stock Companies, under “The Companies Acts 1862 and 1867," with an appendix containing the whole of the Acts relating to Joint-Stock Companies, together with a copious Index. By P. H. CAMERON, Esq., S.S.C. Crown
8vo. Price 10s. “Contains everything wanted, and it is the most convenient and practical work of the kind yet published."— Glasgow News. Juridical Styles. Vols. I., II. Fourth Edition.
The Juridical Society's Styles, compreliending the Constitution,
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An Analyses of the Conveyancing (Scotland) Act, 1874. By J.
In One Volume, 8vo. Price 7s. “This Analysis will be of immense assistance to those who have neither time nor special aptitude for doing it for themselves.”_Courant.
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