Regula placitandi a collection of special rules for pleading, from the declaration to the issue, in actions real, personal, and mixt, with the distinction of words to be used therein, or refused : also directions for laying of actions of the time for bringing them, and of the persons to bring the same : together with some remarks and observations touching averments, notice, request or demand, justifications, innuendo's, protestando, traverse, averment, double pleas, abatements, demurrers, trials, verdicts, judgments, writs of error, estoppels and conclusions : with divers precedents, illustrating and explaining the same : very useful and necessary for clerks, attorneys, sollicitors, &c.
Printed by the assigns of Ric. and Edw. Atkyns, Esquires, for Thomas Basset ... and Thomas Bever ...,
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