The practice of the Privy Council in judicial matters in appeals from courts of civil, criminal, and admiralty jurisdiction in the colonies, possessions, and foreign jurisdictions of the crown; and in appeals from Ecclesiastical and Prize courts, together with the practice as to matters heard upon special reference ... by Frank Safford

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  • Great Britain. -- Privy Council -- Rules and practice.,
  • Procedure (Law) -- Great Britain.

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Statementby Frank Safford & George Wheeler.
SeriesCommon law abroad -- no. 97-600
ContributionsWheeler, George, 1847-1902., Great Britain. Privy Council.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Paginationlviii, 1136 p.
Number of Pages1136
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Open LibraryOL20713431M

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