The Creditor's Debtor's Assistant, Or The Mode Of Collecting Debts

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Рипол Классик, 1849 - History - 108 pages
Part I. Evidences of debt: book accounts, bills of exciiance, promissory notes, contracts and agreements, interest, limitations of actions, c. c. Part II. Mode of enforcing the payment of debts: civil process, writs, insolvent law, c. c. c. Part III. Special laws: principal, factor and agent, limited partnership, mortgages, c. c. c. Part IV. Taxation of costs in civil actions in the justices, common pleas, and supreme courts. Part V. Legal fees of attorneys and law officers of the commonwealth, c. c.
 

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PART LEVIDENCES OF DEBT
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CONTENTS
15
UnwnttenContiacts
30
Payment General Usage where no Specific Stipulation is made
38
SetOff When one Demand may be Sebofi against Another
55
Principal Factor and Agent
68
ltIortgagedRealEstate
75
Arbitration by Reference
81
PartyrecoveringCosts
93
Bates of_Compensation for Services of Attorneys
107
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