4 edition of The statutes at large concerning bankrupts found in the catalog.
The statutes at large concerning bankrupts
by printed by Mark Baskett; and by the assigns of Robert Baskett in London
Written in English
Microfilm. Woodbridge, CT Research Publications, Inc., 1986. 1 reel ; 35mm. (The Eighteenth Century ; reel 6179, no. 08).
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Bankruptcy (La banqueroute; earlier English terms, bankruptship, bankrupture) in civil jurisprudence as well as in popular signification is the fact of becoming, or the state of being, a the statute of4 Anne, c.
XVII, as printed in the Cambridge edition of the English Statutes, the word is spelled bankrupcy, but the statute of10 Anne, c. XV, as printed in the .A set of books containing all federal laws, arranged in chronological order.
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The laws are based on the public law number given and have their own citation of the Statutes at Large.(See also MORAL ASPECT OF BANKRUPTCY.) Bankruptcy (La banqueroute; earlier English terms, bankruptship, bankrupture) in civil jurisprudence as well as in popular signification is the fact of becoming, or the state of being, a the statute of4 Anne, c.
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