Law quibbles, or, A treatise of the evasions, tricks, turns and quibbles, commonly used in the profession of the law, to the prejudice of clients, and others : necessary to be perus'd by all attornies, and those who are or may be concern'd in law-suits, trials, &c. to avoid the many abuses, delays and expences, introduc'd into practice : with abstracts of all the late statutes for amending the law, relating to attornies, arrest and bail, bribery, forgery and perjury, juries, justices of peace, prisoners in execution, law process, rents of tenants, &c. under the proper heads : with an essay on the amendment and reduction of the laws of England, and a new propsed act of Parliament, for a thorough regulation of the practice of the law.

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Published: In the Savoy [London] : Printed by E. and R. Nutt, and R. Gosling (assigns of E. Sayer, Esq.), 1736.
Edition:The fourth edition, corrected and much enlarged. To which is now added a second part, containing very curious precedents of conveyances in extraordinary cases; likewise proceedings and precedents in chancery, and at common law in Enghish; with low-notes thereon.
Series:Legal classics library.
Online Access:HeinOnline Legal Classics Library
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