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Excerpt from A Treatise on The Statue Of Frauds Statue of Frauds It Regards Declarations in Trust Contracts Surrenders Conveyances and Execution and Proof of Wills and Codicils To Which Is Prefixed a Systematic Dissertation Upon the Admissibility of Parol and Extrinsic Evidence Codicils To Which Is Prefixed a Systematic Dissertation Upon the Admissibility of Parol Is Prefixed a Systematic Dissertation Upon the Admissibility of Parol Extrinsic Evidence Explain and Controul Written InstrumentsTo this ist Of earned advocates among the J udgcs on behalf Of the Statute may be added the name Of Sir James Mansfield who in the case of Anstey v Marden 1 New Rep 132 has declared that upon general pri. A Treatise on the Statue of Frauds, as It Regards Declarations in Trust, Contracts, Surrenders, Conveyances, and Execution and Proof of Wills and Codicils

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Nciples no one can wish to restrain the Operation Of the Statute of FraudsSuch has been restrain the Operation Of the Statute of FraudsSuch has been diversity Of Opinion among these eminent persons both on the general merit and use fulness Of the Statute Of Frauds and on the principle Of construction which ought to govern its applica tion Where great Opinions are so balanced there is ess authority to restrain an ordinary man from Of feting his ownAbout the PublisherForgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books Find at wwwforgottenbooks.