The proctor's practice in the ecclesiastical courts

Publication Date1744
Remainderas it is regulated by the rules of practice now in force: Containing I. An Account of the several Courts, Offices and Officers: with a List of all the Judges, Advocates, Proctors and Practitioners: and the Methods of proceeding therein. II. Rules of Practice and Cases adjudged in the Courts of Doctors Commons, with References to the Authorities in the Common and Statute Law: And digested under proper Heads in Alphabetical Order. III. Acts or Orders of Court fully extended from the Citation to the Execution of the Sentence, in Causes of the first Instance, and from the Inhibition to the Sentence in Appeals: Also a Table of Fees allowed to be taken by the Practitioners in Doctors Commons, &c. Published for the Use and Benefit of the Gentlemen of the Civil law; as also of Clergymen, Parish Officers and others who are willing to be acquainted with the Practice of these Courts. By Philip Floyer, Gent. of Doctor's Commons.
PublisherIn the Savoy: printed by H. Lintot, (assignee of Edw. Sayer, Esq;) for J. Worrall, at the Dove in Bell Yard near Lincoln's Inn


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