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The exposicions of the termes of the lawes of England: with diuers propre rules and principles of the lawe, as well out of the bookes of maister Litleton, as of other.
Gathered both in French and English, for yong men very necessary. whereunto are added the olde tenures. The exposicions of the termes of the lawes of England: with diuers propre rules and principles of the lawe, as well out of the bookes of maister Littleton, as of other: gathered both in French and English, for yong men very necessary: whereunto are added the olde tenures.
Les termes de la ley: or, Certaine difficult and obscure words and termes of the common lawes of this realme expounded ; now newly [ ] Les termes de la ley: or, Certaine difficult and obscure words and termes of the common lawes of this realme expounded.
Law of the United Kingdom and Ireland > England and Wales > KD Edition Details. Termes de la ley: or, certain difficult and obscure words and terms of the common and statute laws of this realm, now in use, expounded and explained. Corrected and enlarged, with the addition of many other words; particularly of those that have been lately introduced into the statute law of Great Britain, never printed in any other impression .
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The elements of the common lavves of England: branched into a double tract ; the one contayning A collection of some principal rules and maximes of the common law, with their latitute and extent, explicated for the more facile introduction of such as are studiously addicted to that noble profession ; the other, The use of the common law, for preseruation of our persons, goods, and good names.
Les termes de la ley: or Certaine difficult and obscure vvords and termes of the common lawes and statutes of this realme expounded. Les termes de la ley: or Certaine difficult and obscure vvords and termes of the common lawes and statutes of this realme expounded.
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The elements of the common lavves of England, branched into a double tract: the one containing A collection of some principall rules and maximes of the common law, with their latitude and extent.
Explicated for the more facile introduction of such as are studiously addicted to that noble profession. the other The use of the common law, for Pages: A law book is "a work of legal doctrine". It consists of "law talk", that is to say, propositions of law.
"The first duty of a law book is to state the law as it is, truly and accurately, and then the reason or principle for it as far as it is known". The "first requisite in a law-book is perfect accuracy".
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– Derivative and dependent tenure, Universality of. English Law is a legal system that applies to both England and Wales under the umbrella of the United Kingdom. The law has, basically, been constructed by court-bound judges that, through their years of knowledge, qualifications and experience, have created statutes by which the inhabitants of these countries should live and to which they must adhere.
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To this day 'coutume' is the nearest equivalent that learned French.Sir William Blackstone's "Commentaries on the Laws of England" () stands as the first great effort to reduce the English common law to a unified and rational system.
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