2 edition of Judicial process upon brieves,1219-1532 found in the catalog.
Judicial process upon brieves,1219-1532
Written in English
|Series||David Murray foundation lectures;no.23|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||32|
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Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: McKechnie, Hector. Judicial process upon brieves, Glasgow: Jackson, Son & Co., Get this from a library. Judicial process upon brieves, being the twenty-third lectures on the David Murray Foundation in the University of Glasgow delivered on.
A Source Book and History of Administrative Law in Scotland by M. McLarty, G. Campbell H. Paton; Judicial Process upon Brieves by Hector McKechnie A Source Book and History of Administrative Law in Scotland by M. McLarty, G. Campbell H. Paton; Judicial Process upon Brieves by Hector McKechnie (pp.
Judicial Process upon Brieves, ; Being the Twenty-Third Lecture on the David Murray Foundation in the University of Glasgow by Hector McKechnie (pp. ) Review by: Archd.
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