"The Whole Learning of Ejectments" [Real Property]. [Great Britain]. The Law of Ejectments: Shewing the Nature of Ejectione Firme; The Difference Between It and Trespass, And How to be Brought or Removed Where the Lands Lie in Franchises. In what Cases this Action Lies, Or Not. Of the Old Way of Sealing Leases, And of the New Practice. Of Confessing Lease, Entry, and Ouster. Of what Things Ejectione Firme Lies, Or Not. Of Declarations in this Action. Of Venues, Issue, Trial. As also, Who are Good Witnesses or Not in the Trial on Ejectment, And what Shall be Allowed Good Evidence or Not, Either as to Records or Matters in Fait. Where Bills, Answers, and Depositions, Shall be Read on a Trial, Or Not, In Several good Resolutions. Together with the Learning of Special Verdicts at Large, Relating to Titles of Land and Estates, In Several Rules; And of Judgments, With Their Several Forms of Entries in Special Cases; And of Habere Facias Possessionem, How to be Executed; And in What Cases a New Habere Facias Possessionem Shall be Granted. And Lastly, Of Erroneous Judgments, And Writs of Error, And Several Other Matters, All Relating to Actions of Ejectments. With Additions of Late Rules of Practice, And Adjudg'd Cases; Very Necessary for All Lawyers, Attorneys, And Other Persons, Especially at the Assizes; &c. [London]: Printed by J. Nutt, 1713. [iv], iv, , 328,  pp. Title page preceded by one-page publisher advertisement. Octavo (7-1/2" x 4-3/4"). Nineteenth-century three-quarter calf over marbled boards, marbled endpapers, top-edge gilt, ribbon marker. Light rubbing to extremities, a few minor nicks and scuffs to spine. Light browning to text, faint dampstaining and light foxing in places, early owner signatures to front endleaves and title page. $450. * Second and final edition, one of two issues, both in 1713. "There's not the least Sollicitor or Attorney in any Nook of Cornwall, or Corner of Cumberland, but thinks he is Privy to the whole Learning of Ejectments. And yet if they would take the Pains to peruse the ensuing Sheets, they doubtless may be of another Opinion, and will find very useful and proper Matter relating to an Action which concerns the greatest Titles in the Kingdom, and has made so great a Noise at the Bar, and in the Circuits for Sixty Years last past" (i-ii). English Short-Title Catalogue T11.
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