The law of commons and commoners, or, A treatise shewing the original and nature of common, and the several kinds thereof : viz. common appendant, appurtenant, estovers, turbary, pischary, and pur cause of vicinage, of commons in gross and sans number, with pleadings in reference to every of them : as also the powers and priviledges of commoners, in reference to the soil, to the lord, to strangers, and of the remedies and actions they may have : of declarations, pleadings, in and to actions brought by and against commoners : approvement, apportionment, suspension and extinguishment of common : of grants of common, and by what words common shall pass : together with the leanring of prescriptions in general, the forms and manner of pleading prescription, in reference to common in several rules : of prescription and pleading by a copyholder in reference to common : of evidence to prove prescription for common, the several customs of commoners, and of enclosures : with several forms of presidents adapted to every sort of common.

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Format: Electronic eBook
Published: London : Printed by the assigns of Richard and Edward Atkins Esquires, for John Walthoe, 1698.
Series:Legal classics library.
Selden Society publications & English legal history.
Online Access:HeinOnline Legal Classics Library
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