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COMMON LAW PROCEDURE ACT,
TREATISES ON INJUNCTION AND RELIEF;
HENRY THURSTAN HOLLAND
A TREATISE ON INSPECTION AND DISCOVERY,
CHARLES EDWARD POLLOCK,
OF THE INNER TEMPLE, ESQUIRE, BARRISTER AT LAW;
NOTES, CASES, INDEX
New Rules and Forms of Michaelmas Vacation, 1854.
S. SWEET, CHANCERY LANE, FLEET STREET,
THE RIGHT HONOURABLE
NO JUDGE HAS EVER DONE MORE TO IMPROVE AND SETTLE
THE ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE,
IS (with PERMISSION) DEDICATED
The Common Law Procedure Act, 1854, (17 & 18 Vict. c. 125,) has introduced not only modes of procedure, but also principles which hitherto have been foreign to Courts of Law. As some of these could not be conveniently treated of within the compass of mere notes, the Authors have devoted two short Treatises to the subjects of INJUNCTION and RELIEF, in which will be found the leading principles and cases acted upon by the Court of Chancery in dealing with those heads of Equitable Jurisdiction, so far as they are applicable to the new procedure given to the Courts of Common Law.
Observations upon the other portions of the Statute will be found in the Notes appended to the Act itself.