The office and dutie of executors. Or A treatise of wils and executors, directed to testators in the choise of their executors and contrivance of their wills With direction for executors in the execution of their office, according to the law, and for creditors in the recovery of their debts. Expressing the duty, right, interest, power and authority of executors, and how they may behave themselves in the office of executorship. With divers other particulars very usefull, profitable, and behovefull for all persons, be they either executors, creditors or debtors. Compiled out of the body of the common-law, by Thomas Wentworth, late bencher of Lincolnes Inne
Printed by T. C. for Andrew Crooke, Laurence Chapman, William Cooke, and Richard Best,
|Edition:||The third edition, corrected and inlarged.|
|Series:||Early English books online.
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