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LAW AND PRACTICE
Common form and Contentious
W. JOHN DIXON, Esq., B.A., LL.M. (CANTAB.),
BARRISTER-AT-LAW, OF THE INNER TEMPLE AND THE OXFORD CIRCUIT.
Author of “ The Law of Divorce."
Law Booksellers and Publishers.
RESPECTFULLY DEDICATED (BY PERMISSION)
THE RIGHT HONOURABLE
SIR JAMES HANNEN, Knight,
The Presiilent of the Division to which it relates,
TO THE SECOND EDITION.
This Edition, which is smaller than the preceding one, has been carefully revised throughout.
Matters of Practice, particularly such as require the decision of the Court,-namely, Motions and Probate and Administration actions,—are more fully dealt with than before.
Most of the previous Appendix has been omitted, but its more material portions re-appear in the text or notes.
The present Appendix contains a List of the Statutes, Sections, Rules and Orders cited, including the Rules and Orders of the Supreme Court of 1883, and certain Official and other Forms constantly requisite under the present procedure.
W. JOHN DIXON. 8, FIGTREE COURT, TEMPLE,
Nov. 13, 1884.
NOTE.- The cases in the Addenda are more numerous than was at first intended, in order that every recent decision upon questions of execution and such like may be included, but in few, if any, instances are entirely new principles involved.