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DIGEST OF THE QUESTIONS
ASKED AT THE
FINAL EXAMINATION OF ARTICLED CLERKS
THE COMMON LAW, CONVEYANCING, AND
THE COMMENCEMENT OF THE EXAMINATIONS IN 1836
ARRANGED, AS FAR AS PRACTICABLE, IN THE SAME ORDER AS THE
LISTS OF STATUTES REFERRED TO AND CASES CITED,
A TIME TABLE IN AN ACTION;
MODE OF PROCEEDING, AND DIRECTIONS TO BE ATTENDED
WITH THE RULES OF THE HONOUR EXAMINATION.
RICHARD HALLILAY, Esq.
By H. WAKEHAM PURKIS, SOLICITOR.
"LAW TIMES" OFFICE, 10, WELLINGTON STREET, STRAND, W.C.
Preface to the Thirteenth Edition.
IN no former edition of this work have greater alterations been required than in the present. The important Conveyancing Acts of 1881 and 1882, the Bills of Sale Amendment Act, 1882, the Settled Land Act, 1882, and the Married Women's Property Act, 1882, as also the New Rules of Court, have all come into operation since our last edition was published, and we have carefully amended, to the best of our ability, the former answers to meet the altered state of the law.
If, as is probable, we have overlooked some minor points, or put a wrong construction on some of the new enactments, communications are requested for the benefit of future editions.
1, LINCOLN'S-INN-FIELDS. May, 1884.