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Attornies not Conveyancers. Observations occasioned by the introduction into the House of Commons, of a bill purporting to be "To prevent unskilful persons from practising as conveyancers" including a refutation of the proposition, therein assumed, that, in establishing regulations to secure efficiency in the practisers of conveyancing, it is unnecessary to require any qualification from attornies and solicitors. By a Conveyancer., 1820

 Item — Volume: 117


  • 1820