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NEW LAWS FOR 1863:
And other New Law
FOR USE OF PRACTITIONERS IN THE COURTS AND OFFICES,
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NEW LAW OF JOINT-STOCK COMPANIES.
THERASIXTH EDITION of the NEW LAW and
of ASSOCIATIONS, including Industrial Societies. By EDWARD W. COX, Esq., Recorder of Falmouth. Price 12s. 6d. cloth: 14s 6d. halfcalf; 158. 6d. calf. This edition contains:I. The Law and Practice of Joint-Stock Companies, with Instructions for their
Formation and Management.
V. General Order and Rules of the High Court of Chancery.
Majesty and the King of the Belgians. “The work before us, by the well-known editor of the Law Times, embraces, in a compact form, the latest development of joint stock companies' law, and therefore supplies exactly the want of the moment. The information it contains is adapted to all who may be interested in such matters. Inventor's, projectors, speculators and investors, will here learn how to turn their hands to the work with a minimum of damage from the use of edged tools. Shareholders may learn at what angles of the labyrinth to look for passing glimpses of their subscribed capital, in the shape of returns;' directors, before assuming their perilous prominence, will become aware of their duties, powers, and—what has become of late a matter of some trifling interest-their liabilities; while creditors will be enlightened as to the parliamentary estimate of the touching simplicity of faith. There are, it is true, some little matters, not irrelevant to the subject, which this book does not contain, but that is no fault of the book, for they belong more strictly to the province of the most assiduous of monitors experience." - Manchester Examiner.
LAND ACT and the DECLARATION of TITLE ACT, con-
THE ARTS OF WRITING, READING AND
SPEAKING. Letters to a Law Student. By EDWARD W. COX,
II. The Objects, Uses and Advantages of the Art of Speaking.
The Art of Writing.
XX. Illustrations (continued).
XXX. Cautions-How to begin.
XL. The Oratory of the Bar (continued).
XLV. The Oratory of the Platform (concluded).
LAW OF BASTARDY.
OF BASTARDY. By T. W. SAUNDERS, Esq., Recorder of Bath. Author of “ The New Practice of Magistrates' Courts,” &c., &e. containing all the Cases decided to this time, together with all the necessary Forms and Precedents. Price 6s. 6d. cloth ; 8s. half-bound; 9s. whole bound.
ALL THE LAW OF THE HALF-YEAR.
Yearly, by D. T. EVANS, Esq., Barrister-at-Law. It contains all the Cases reported and Statutes enacted during the half-year, so arranged that the Practitioner can find in a moment what is the latest law on any subject. It is the only Half-Yearly Digest of the Law ; issued in the months of May and November. Price 8s. 6d. Established for 15 years.
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THE COUNTY COURTS CHRONICLE. This
It is the authorised Chronicle of the Courts. It contains
Ist. All New Laws and Rules that affect the County Courts; 2nd. County Court Intelligence; 3rd. The Correspondence of the Courts; 4th. Leading Articles on County Court Topics; 5th. Treatises on the Law and Practice of the County Courts; 6th. All the new Law and Practice in Bankruptcy.
REPORTS of the County Courts Cases and Appeals and of Bankruptcy Cases decided by the Superior Courts and by the County Courts, are paged so as to bind into a distinct volume for use in Court. Vol. I. of these is just completed, and may be had bound.
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THE NEW PRACTICE OF BANKRUPTCY.
Part II. of Vol. II. (completing the work).
THE NEW LAW AND PRACTICE IN BANK
Act of 1861, and the Unrepealed Sections of the former Acts, including
As to Appeals.
The Surrender and the Summops.
As to Proceedure after Adjudication.
Bankrupt dying after Adjudication -
Course of Proceedings.
Warrant to commit Bankrupt.
suspected of having Bankrupt's ProFees, Stamps and Salaries.
perty in Possession.
As to Debtors to Bankrupt's Estate. Buildings occupied for the Purposes of Re-addressing Letters to Bankrupt. the Courts.
Consequences of Adjudication in certain As to the Sittings of the Court.
Cases. of the Practice and Procedure of the Reputed Ownership-Rights of Parties Court.
as against Assignees. Shorthand Writers.
Of Transactions not affected by
Of the Bankrupt's Surrender.
Proof of Debts.
Transfer to County Court.
Resolution to suspend Proceedings
payment after Judgınent-debtor Choice and Removal of Creditors'
Appointment of Inspector-His Rights
Appointment of a Manager.
Of the Assignees—What passes to-
Adjudication-Petitions for Adjudica. Realization of the Bankrupt's Estate
Of the Last Examination.
Of the Bankrupt's Surrender.
Proof of Debts.