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THE LAW and PRACTICE of the COUNTY COURTS. By MORGAN LLOYD, Esq., M.P., one of Her Majesty's Counsel. Eighth Edition. By CLEMENT ELPHINSTONE LLOYD, B.A., Oxon., of the Inner Temple, Esq., Barrister-at-Law. This Edition contains a complete description of the Constitution and Jurisdiction of the County Courts, the superintendence exercised by the High Court over the County Courts (by Certiorari, Prohibition, Mandamus, and on Appeal). and the Practice and Evidence in Ordinary Actions) including action remitted from the High Court), under the Bills of Exchange Act, under Miscellaneous Statutes, in Replevin, Recovery of Tenements, Ejectments, &c., and embodies the whole of the Acts, Rules, Scales of Fees and Costs, and Forms relating thereto, together with extra Forms, List of Cases, and Copious Index. Price 28s. [1880.

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THE BILLS of SALE ACT (1878) AMENDMENT ACT, 1882. Annotated by D. B. WILSON, M.A. Being a supplement to the above work. Price 1s.

The Journal of the County Courts.

[1882.

HE COUNTY COURTS CHRONICLE and GAZETTE of and enlarged in accordance with the extension of the Jurisdiction of the County Courts under 30 & 31 Vict. c. 142.

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