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Author Coode, George, 1807-1869.

Title On legislative expression [electronic resource] : or, The language of the written law / by George Coode.

Published London : William Benning and Co., James Ridgway, 1845.

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Physical description 69 p.
Notes Reproduction of the original from Yale Law Library.
With: Confusion worse confounded : or, the statutes at large in 1852 / by Graham Willmore. London : Longman, Brown, Green, and Longmans, 1852.
With: A letter addressed to the Lord High Chancellor of England : on his proposed scheme for the consolidation of the statute law / by Sir Fortunatus Dwarris. London : W.G. Benning and Co., 1853.
With: The feasibility of constructing a new system of registering title deeds : which shall supersede the costly process of searches, and insure the discovery of all documents registered against each estate, considered / by E.T. Wakefield. London : S. Sweet, law bookseller and publisher, 1853.
With: Proposal of a method for abridging conveyances, and of an act for registering titles to real property / by Henry John Hinchliffe ; with a preface containing observations on the metropolitan registry bill. London : Johnson & Co., 1834.
With: On real property, registration, etc. : a letter to the Right Honourable the Lord High Chancellor / by Alexander Rainy. London : James Ridgway, Effingham Wilson, 1852.
With: A letter to the Right Hon. the Lord Denman, lord chief justice of England : on the anactments conferring jurisdiction upon commissions to try legal rights, and the practice upon such trials, and upon the feigned issued resulting therefrom, with especial reference to the Tithe and Inclosure Commissions / by G. Wingrove Cooke. London : Stevens and Norton, 1849.
With: Shall we simplify our titles? : a letter to the Lord High Chancellor of England, from a conveyancing Barrister. London : Wildy & Sons, Law Booksellers and Publishers, 1853.
With: Settlements of land. London : [s.n.], 1849.
With: Official investigation of titles : outlines of a plan for establishing and reducing the expense of verifying titles to landed property, by means of their official investigation and certification / by Henry Tyrwhitt Frend. London : William Benning & Co., Law Booksellers, 1851.
With: An inquiry into the doctrine : that a limitation of use in remainder to the heirs of the settlor, as purchasers must be restricted to his heirs in tail. London : Thomas Blenkarn, law bookseller, 1845.
With: Can remainders be too remote? / by William David Lewis. London : William Benning & Co., Law Booksellers, 1844.
With: On the custom of borough English, as existing in the county of Sussex / by George R. Corner. London : [s.n.], 1853.
With: Notes on the new law of evidence in England : as contrasted with the law and practive of some other systems of European jurisprudence / by Lord Cuninghame. Edinburgh : Printed by Andrew Aikman & Co., 1852.
With: The case of Abbott v. Stratten : decided by Sir Edward B. Sugden, late lord chancellor of Ireland : Trinity term, 1846 / with observations thereon by Richard Cunningham Ince. Dublin : Edward J. Milliken ; London : W. Benning & Co., 1847.
With: The validity of marriages with a wife's sister, celebrated abroad / by Edmund Beckett Denison. London : John W. Parker and Son, 1852.
With: Reasons for legalising marriage with a deceased wife's sister / by Lord Denman. London : Hatchard & Son, 1852.
With: A case severally submitted to the Right Honorable Francis Blackburne, Mr. Serjeant Jackson, Edward Pennefather, esq., and Joseph Radcliff, esq. : together with their opinions on the legality and validity of marriages of members of the established church, celebrated by dissenting ministers / by the Rev. Edward Stopford. Dublin : Milliken and Son, Booksellers to the University ; London : J.G.F. & J. Rivington, 1840.
With: On the reform of the testamentary jurisdiction / issued by the Committee of Proctors in Doctors' Commons. London : Butterworths, Law Booksellers and Publishers in Ordinary to Her Majesty, 1853.
Reproduction Electronic reproduction. Farmington Hills, Mich. : Gale, a part of Cengage Learning, 2007. Available via the World Wide Web. Access limited by licensing agreements. s2007 miunns
Subject Trials (Fraud) -- Great Britain.
Bill drafting -- Great Britain.
Legislation -- Great Britain.
Variant Title Language of the written law