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INDIAN LAW.-Norton's Leading Cases on the Hindu Law of Inheritance.-2 vols. Royal 8vo. 1870-71.
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INSURANCE.-Arnould on the Law of Marine Insurance.-Fifth Edition. By DAVID MACLACHLAN, Esq., Barrister-at-Law. 2 vols. Royal 8vo. 1877.
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Levi's International Commercial Law.-Being the
"Mr. Boyd, the latest editor, has added many useful notes; he has inserted in the Appendix public documents of permanent value, and there is the prospect that, as edited by Mr. Boyd, Mr. Wheaton's volume will enter on a new lease of life."-The Times. "Both the plan and execution of the work before us deserves commendation. The text of Wheaton is presented without alteration, and Mr. Dana's numbering of the sections is preserved. Mr. Boyd's notes, which are numerous, original, and copious, are conveniently interspersed throughout the text; but they are in a distinct type, and therefore the reader always knows whether he is reading Wheaton or Boyd. The Index, which could not have been compiled without much thought and labour makes the book handy for reference."-Law Journal.
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JOINT OWNERSHIP.-Foster.-Vide "Real Estate."
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Jordan's Joint Stock Companies.-A Handy Book of Practical Instructions for the Formation and Management of Joint Stock Companies. Sixth Edition. 12mo. 1878. JUDGES' CHAMBERS PRACTICE.—Archibald's Forms of Summonses and Orders, with Notes for use at Judges' Chambers and in the District Registries. By W. F. A. ARCHIBALD, M.A., of the Inner Temple, Barrister-at-Law. Royal 12mo. 12s. 6d.
"The work is done most thoroughly and yet concisely. The practitioner will find plain directions how to proceed in all the matters connected with a common law action, interpleader, attachment of debts, mandamus, injunction-indeed, the whole jurisdiction of the common law divisions, in the district registries, and at Judges' chambers."-Law Times. "A clear and well-digested vade mecum, which will no doubt be widely used by the profession."-Law Magazine.
JUDGMENTS.-Piggott.-Vide "Foreign Judgments."
Walker's Practice on Signing Judgment in
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Wilson's Supreme Court of Judicature Acts
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A LARGE PAPER EDITION OF THE ABOVE (for marginal notes). Royal 8vo. 1878. (In limp leather or calf, 30s.) 11. 5s. "As regards Mr. Wilson's notes, we can only say that they are indispensable to the proper understanding of the new system of procedure. They treat the principles upon which the alterations are based with a clearness and breadth of view which have never been equalled or even approached by any other commentator."-Solicitors' Journal.
"Mr. Wilson has bestowed upon this edition an amount of industry and care which the Bench and the Profession will, we are sure, gratefully acknowledge. A conspicuous and important feature in this second edition is a table of cases prepared by Mr. Biddle, in which not only are cases given with references to two or three reports, but every place in which the cases are reported. Wilson's Judicature Acts is now the latest, and we think it is the most convenient of the works of the same class. The practitioner will find that it supplies all his wants."-Law Times.
JURISPRUDENCE.— Phillimore's (J. G.) Jurisprudence.—
Ruegg's Student's "Auxilium" to the Institutes of Justinian.-Being a complete synopsis thereof in the form of Question and Answer. By ALFRED HENRY RUEGG, of the Middle Temple, Barrister-at-Law. Post 8vo. 1879. 58. "The student will be greatly assisted in clearing and arranging his knowledge by a work of this kind."-Law Journal.
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE.-Burn's Justice of the Peace
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Wigram's The Justices' Note Book. By W. KNOX
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"We can thoroughly recommend the volume to magistrates."—Law Times. LAND TAX.-Bourdin's Land Tax.-An Exposition of the Land Tax; its Assessment and Collection, with a statement of the rights conferred by the Redemption Acts. By MARK A. BOURDIN, of the Inland Revenue Office, Somerset House (late Registrar of Land Tax). Second Edition. Crown 8vo. 1870. LANDLORD AND TENANT.-Woodfall's Law of Landlord and Tenant.-A Practical Treatise on the Law of Landlord and Tenant, with a full Collection of Precedents and Forms of Procedure. Twelfth Edition. Containing an Abstract of Leading Propositions, and Tables of certain Customs of the Country. By J. M. LELY, of the Inner Temple, Esq., Barrister-at-Law. Royal 8vo. 1881. (Nearly ready.) "The editor has expended elaborate industry and systematic ability in making the work as perfect as possible."-Solicitors' Journal.
LANDS CLAUSES ACTS.-Jepson's Lands Clauses Con. solidation Acts; with Decisions, Forms, and Table of Costs. By ARTHUR JEPSON, of Lincoln's Inn, Esq., Barrister-at-Law. Demy 8vo. 1880.
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"Cannot fail to prove of great utility to the practitioner."-Law Magazine, Nov. 1880. LAW, GUIDE TO.-A Guide to the Law: for General Use. By a Barrister. Twenty-third Edition. Crown 8vo. 1880. Net, 38. 6d. "Within a marvellously small compass the author has condensed the main provisions of the law of England, applicable to almost every transaction, matter, or thing incidental to the relations between one individual and another."
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LAWYER'S COMPANION.-Vide "Diary." LEADING CASES.-Haynes' Student's Leading Cases. Being some of the Principal Decisions of the Courts in Constitutional Law, Common Law, Conveyancing and Equity, Probate, Divorce, Bankruptcy, and Criminal Law. With Notes for the use of Students. By JOHN F. HAYNES, LL.D., Author of "The Practice of the Chancery Division of the High Court of Justice," "The Student's Statutes," &c. Demy 8vo. 1878. 168. "We consider Mr. Haynes' book to be one of a very praiseworthy class; and we may say also that its editor appears to be a competent man. He can express himself with clearness, precision, and terseness."-Solicitors' Journal. "Will prove of great utility, not only to Students, but Practitioners. The Notes are elear, pointed and concise."-Law Times. "We think that this book will supply a want arranged for reference."-Law Journal.
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Shirley's Leading Cases made Easy. A Selection of Leading Cases in the Common Law. By W. SHIRLEY SHIRLEY, M.A., Esq., Barrister-at-Law, North-Eastern Circuit. Demy 8vo. 1880. 14s.
"The selection is very large, though all are distinctly leading cases,' and the notes are by no means the least meritorious part of the work."-Law Journal. "Mr. Shirley writes well and clearly, and evidently understands what he is writing about."-Law Times.
LEGACY DUTIES.-Vide "Taxes on Succession."
LIBEL AND SLANDER.-Odgers on Libel and Slander.—
A Digest of the Law of Libel and Slander, with the Evidence, Procedure and Practice, both in Civil and Criminal Cases, with Precedents of Pleadings. By W. BLAKE ODGERS, M.A., LL.D., Barrister-at-Law, of the Western Circuit. Demy 8vo. (Nearly ready.) LIBRARIES AND MUSEUMS.-Chambers' Public Libraries and Museums and Literary and Scientific Institutions generally, a Digest of the Law relating to. Second Edition. By G. F. CHAMBERS, of the Inner Temple, Barrister-at-Law. Imperial 8vo. 1879. 88. 6d. LICENSING.-Lely and Foulkes' Licensing Acts, 1828, 1869 1872, and 1874; Containing the Law of the Sale of Liquors by Retail and the Management of Licensed Houses; with Notes to the Acts, a Summary of the Law, and an Appendix of Forms. Second Edition. By J. M. LELY and W. D. I. FOULKES, Esqrs., Barristers-at-Law. Royal 12mo. 1874. 88. "The notes are sensible and to the point, and give evidence both of care and knowledge of the subject."-Solicitors' Journal.
LIENS.-Cavanagh.-Vide "Money Securities."
surance Law, collated alphabetically according to the point involved; with the Statutes. Revised Edition. By ARTHUR SCRATCHLEY, M.A.. Barrister-at-Law. Demy 8vo. 1878. 58. LOCKE KING'S ACTS.-Cavanagh.-Vide "Money Securities." LUNACY.-Elmer's Practice in Lunacy.-The Practice in
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MAGISTERIAL LAW.-Burn.-Vide "Justice of the Peace." Leeming & Cross.-Pritchard.-Vide “Quarter Sessions." Wigram.- Vide "Justice of the Peace."
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