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Title Questions propounded, or, Quæres concerning remedies and taking away of the extreame and unnecessary charges, expences, troubles, and long delayes in just causes and suits in courts of equity and others called English courts, and abating those that may be for contention and trouble only, and the preservation of many honest men from great losses and others from undoing thereby, without hindrance or prejudice to any but unnecessary and upstart officers : and how many hundred thousand pounds may be saved to the common-wealth yearly by reducing proceedings in law to the old and legall proceedings and taking away those that be unlawfull and contrived by exacting officers for their own only gaine. [electronic resource] :
Imprint London : Printed by F. Leach, 1647
Descript 8 p. ; 4to
Note "Authorized to be printed and published for the good of the common-wealth."
Reproduction of original from Goldsmiths' Library, University of London
Goldsmiths'-Kress no. 00942
Wing, Q183
OCLC, 20887084
s2005 miunns Electronic reproduction. Farmington Hills, Mich. : Thomson Gale, 2005. Available via the World Wide Web. Access limited to licensing agreements
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Subject Costs (Law) -- Early works to 1800. -- Great Britain
Frivolous suits (Civil procedure) -- Early works to 1800. -- Great Britain
Alt Title Questions propounded
Quæres concerning remedies
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