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PRACTICE OF REFEREES COURT.
Vol. I., Royal 8vo., 288. cloth. Vol. II., Royal 8vo., 42s. cloth.
Vols I. & II., bound as one Volume, Roy. 8vo., 70s. cloth. THE PRACTICE OF THE COURT OF REFEREES ON PRIVATE BILLS IN PARLIAMENT With REPORTS OF CASES as to the LOCUS STANDI of PETITIONERS during the Sessions 1867-8-9-70-1-2. By FREDERICK CLIFFORD, of the Middle Temple, and PEMBROKE S. STEPHENS, Q.C., of Lincoln's Inn, Barristers-at-Law.
The Reports contain the substance of all the objections taken to the locus standi of Petitioners, a statement of the facts, and a careful digest of the arguments, together with (in Vol. II.) a statement of the principles involved in each case. Each Volume contains an Index of Cases and of Subjects.
“No practitioner is safe who has not service both to the practitioners and to at his elbow the reports of decided cases the Referees themselves. The work is Mr. Clifford and Mr. Stephens give to carefully executed ; and by a pithy digest the world, arranged on a plan at once of the rules of practice, and a double scientific and useful, and carefully col index--one of cases, the other of subjects lated with the official records of the Lits value is enhanced.”-Pall Mall Gaz. Court." - The Times.
“ The work supplies a want long felt; “ The history and practice of the sub and perhaps the authors have made the ject are detailed tersely and accurately, first step yet achieved in the direction and in a very intelligible manner, in the of uniformity and certainty of parliatreatise. To counsel or agents engaged in mentary decision. We can safely reparliamentarypractice the workwill prove commend this Handbook of Practice to extremely serviceable." Solicitors'Journ. the notice of all parliamentary practi
“ Clifford and Stephens's Reports, the tioners.”—Law Magazine. authority chiefly quoted at this tribunal “ The Reports, forming the most im[Court of Referees), as well for its text portant part of the volume, are given às for its cases.” – Daily News.
with fulness and accuracy, so far as we “ The collection of decisions of the can judge, and are of themselves a suffiCourt of Referees, prepared by Mr. Clif cient recommendation to the volume." ford and Mr. Stephens, will be of great Law Journal.
CLIFFORD AND RICKARDS' REPORTS.
Royal 8vo., Vol. I., Price 48s. cloth. Royal 8vo., Vol. II., Price 52s. 6d. cloth. In continuation of the above. CASES DECIDED DURING THE SESSIONS 1873 to 1880, inclusive, by the COURT OF REFEREES on PRIVATE BILLS in PARLIAMENT. By FREDERICK CLIFFORD and A. G. RICKARDS, Barristers-at-Law.
“The Reports are well indexed. As these Reports a standard for reference to the mode in which Messrs. Clifford and and quotation by practitioners and the Rickards have executed the work, it will Court itself.”—The Times. be sufficient to say that these Reports are a continuance of the series of Clifford “ This is a volume of Reports which, and Stephens's Reports,' which began in we think, will prove of very great use to 1867, and seem to be marked by the any one practising or interested in cases same care and accuracy which have made before the Referees.”—Law Times.
Parts I., II., III. & IV., Vol. III., containing Reports of 1881-82-83-84.
Price 158. each. Vols. I. and II. of Clifford and Rickards' Reports. (Including the Reports of the Cases of the Eight Sessions of 1873-80.)
Bound in 1 Vol., Royal 8vo. Price £5 cloth. Vol. III., containing Reports of Four Sessions (1881-4). Price 638. The Reports for each Session (from 1867 to 1884) may be had separately.
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