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Commentary upon the Pandects - Books IV, V, VI, IX, X

By Voet, Johannes; Sampson, Victor (abridge and transl. by)

J C Juta & Co, Cape Town and Johannesburg, 1891. First Edition. Hardcover. Good/No Jacket. 414 pages (complete). Previous owner stamps about: for Louis Miller, a skilful and formidable Johannesburg defence advocate (he was not only an anarchist at heart and personal belief, but he was a collector of stamps, law reports and anything else that caught his eye, although unlike Queen Mary, he offered to pay for these items!); Maurice Eugen Lang, the author of the prestigious and magisterial 'Codification of the British Empire and America'. The boards have wear, scuffing, marks from shelving, handling and storage. Gilt titling and borders. The spine has age, storage and user wear. The spine and boards are sure and secure. The contents are pleasingly healthy. They are clean, clear, tidy, neat, confident, authoritative, knowing, earnest. fk

$150.00

Commentary upon the Pandects - Books IV, V, VI, IX, X

By Voet, Johannes; Sampson, Victor (abridge and transl. by)

J C Juta & Co, Cape Town and Johannesburg, 1891. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/No Jacket. 414 pages (complete). Two previous owner signatures of these the most notable is that of Walter Pollak. Pollack was a teacher of law, an author of textbooks and a lawyer of repute, but it was his association with Nelson Mandela that he is most remembered. Not only did he, together with his colleague Bram Fischer, teach law to Mandela, but he defended Mandela in the fifties (when Mandela was threatened with disbarment), once as Chairman of the Johannesburg Bar Council. There is also Pollak's stamp on the title page. Frontispage has been removed. The boards have shelving, handling, storage wear about the edges, corners. Stamped gilt borders and titling on the spine. The spine has wear to the head and foot. The boards are scuffed, lightly marked from shelving and handling. The boards are sound and sure. The contents are pleasing. The title page is tanned. There are very occasional annotations. Overwhelmingly, the pages are clean, clear, orderly, tidy, confident and more than competent. fk

$180.00

Voets Pandects Book II Tit I - On Jurisdiction; Part III being Bk II Tit 2 That every one use eth same law which he has lain down for another, Tit 3 How if any should not obey the Judge, Tit 4 On Citation in law; Part IV - Bk II (Tits V to XIII) on Citation in Law including Arrest (continued), On Citation, Securities, On Legal Holidays and Dilations, On Summonsing; Part V being Vol I, Bk II, Tit XIV on Pacts; Part VI being Vol I Bk IV on Transactions (Compromises)

By Buchanan, James (trans)

J C Juta, Cape Town, 1880-3. Hardcover. Good/No Jacket. Complete. Various Pandect translations in a stiff binder. Each extract has moiré covers. The boards - with blind stamped decoration - are scuffed, worn, marked by handling and storage all about. There is a label from a previous owner at the head of the spine. The boards are stiff, sure. The contents have evidence of various owners (signatures, stamps etc). They have some annotations, some handling marks, some mild user wear. The pages are tight, certain, very assured, clean and clear, confident, competent. fk

$150.00

A Selection of Leading Cases in Equity with Notes - Vol II

By Tudor, Owen Davies

William Maxwell & Son, London; Hodges, Foster & Co and E Ponsonby, Dublin; Thacker, Spink, & Co., Calcutta; Charles F Maxwell, Melbourne, 1872. 4th Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/No Jacket. 1198 pages (complete). A stout copy. Previous owner signatures (Leigh Hoskyns, Lincoln's Inn; Shepstone Giddy, Pretoria July 1915) on the half-title page. Half leather. The boards have some wear from use and shelving about the edges. There are scuffing marks. The leathered corners and spine have wear, cracks, marks. The spine has wear to the head and foot. The top corner of the back cover has some damage. However, the boards are steady and sure. The contents have very occasional annotations. Overwhelmingly, the pages are clean, clear, healthy, orderly, tidy, confident, certain, competent. Please note that due to the weight of the book, should the book need be posted to the outside of South Africa, extra postal charges may be required. fk

$160.00

Studies in History and Jurisprudence
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Studies in History and Jurisprudence

By Bryce, James

Oxford University Press American Branch, New York / Henry Frowde, London, 1901. First Edition. Hardcover. Near Fine/No Jacket. Two volumes (complete). A gratifying set. The books have a previous owner pressed stamp. The boards have mild scuffing, shelving wear about the edges and corners, some light marks. Stamped gilt tilting (bold) on the spine. Wear to the head and foot of the spine. The boards and spine are steady and sure. The contents are in excellent condition - even when one takes the age of the books into account. They are fresh-faced, very clean and clear, smart, neat, confident, earnest, very assured. fk

$80.00

Das Corpus Juris Civilis in's Deutsche ubersetzt von einem Vereine Rechtsgelehrter und herausgegeben - 7 Volumes
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Das Corpus Juris Civilis in's Deutsche ubersetzt von einem Vereine Rechtsgelehrter und herausgegeben - 7 Volumes

By Otto, Carl Eduard; Schilling, Bruno; Sintenis, Carl Friedrich Ferdinand

Carl Focke, Leipzig, 1839. Hardcover. Very Good/No Jacket. Seven volumes (complete). In German throughout. Each volume has the ex-libris plate of the famous, bon vivant and silk, W O Danckwerts. Also previous owner signatures and stamps. All are quarter leather. Marbled boards. The boards and spines have wear, scuffing, marks and scuffing. The spines are robustly assured with some labels (very worn). The spines, despite the wear, creasing are convivial. The contents show their vintage and are largely utilitarian, diligent, competent. Volume I: Second (Zweite, durchaus, verbesserte, voon Dr Sintenis besorgte, Auflage) edition. Volume II: pub 1831. Volume III: pub 1831. Volume IV: pub 1832. Vol V: pub 1832. Vol VI: pub 1832. Vol VII: pub 1833. Despite the aging, the wear to the boards and spine, the books have a venerable, shabby elegance, eagerness. fk

$1100.00

Voet Commentarius ad Pandectas translated into English: Part II Servitudes (Book VIII); Of the Direct and Indirect Actions of Mandate (Book XVII Tit I), The Action of Partnership (Book XVII Tit II); Part I - The Contract of Sale (Book XVIII); The Contract of Letting and Hiring (Book XIX Tit 2); Injury or Libel (Book XLVII, Tit X)
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Voet Commentarius ad Pandectas translated into English: Part II Servitudes (Book VIII); Of the Direct and Indirect Actions of Mandate (Book XVII Tit I), The Action of Partnership (Book XVII Tit II); Part I - The Contract of Sale (Book XVIII); The Contract of Letting and Hiring (Book XIX Tit 2); Injury or Libel (Book XLVII, Tit X)

By Hoskyns, Leigh; Innes, T R; Wilson, Sir Roland Knyvet; Solomon, William; Eagle, John N

Stevens and Sons, London / J C Juta, Cape Town; John N Eagle, Philippolis, 1878 etc. First Edition. Hardcover. Fair/No Jacket. Complete. A number of Voets' Commentaries and Pandects bound in one volume. A much owned copy. Various owner signatures on frontis and title pages (A Mendelow, W Gregorowsky, DD Hope). The boards are much worn all about. The spine has been repaired with leather strips. The leathered corners are worn. The boards are scuffed, marked, worn. They are even yet steady and secure. Within, the contents are much annotated and worn about the gutters and edges. There are occasional age-related and handling and storage marks and wear. Nonetheless, they are clear, confident, competent, amenable, very certain. fk

$95.00

A Contribution to an English Translation of Voet's Commentary on the Pandects comprising all the titles on Purchase and Sale - Letting and Hiring - Mortgages - Evictions - Warranty - and Allied Subjects; being Lib XVIII, XIX, XX, XXI, and Tit. VII of Lib XIII
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A Contribution to an English Translation of Voet's Commentary on the Pandects comprising all the titles on Purchase and Sale - Letting and Hiring - Mortgages - Evictions - Warranty - and Allied Subjects; being Lib XVIII, XIX, XX, XXI, and Tit. VII of Lib XIII

By Berwick, T

Stevens & Hayes, London, 1902. New Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/No Jacket. 557 pages (complete). A mild-mannered copy. Previous owner signature and stamps (Edwin van Reenen Schlemmer). The boards are benign. They have some scuffing, marks, wear all about. The spine has been burnished, wear to the head and foot. The boards are steady and sound. The book bears its years lightly. The papertrims are a little sunned, a little worn from storage, a little marked by use and ownership. The contents are agreeably tidy. They are orderly, neat, clean and clear, earnest, fresh-faced, confident. fk

$100.00

Voet Commentarius ad Pandectas Translated into English.  Of the Direct and Indirect Acction of Mandate (Book XVII Tit. I), The Action of Partnership (Book XVII Tit. II) / Voet Commentarius ad Pandectas translated into English.  Part I: The Contract of Sale (Book XVIII) / Voet Commentarius ad Pandectas translated into English/  The Contract of Letting and Hiring (Book XIX Tit. 2) / Johannes Voet ... His Commentary on the Pandects: wherein, besides the principles and the more celebrated controversies of the Roman Law, the Modern Law is also discussed, and the Chief Points of Practice - Pledges and Hypothecs (Book XX, title 1) / Voet Commentarius ad Pandectas translated into English.  Injury or Libel (Book XLVII,, Tit X)
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Voet Commentarius ad Pandectas Translated into English. Of the Direct and Indirect Acction of Mandate (Book XVII Tit. I), The Action of Partnership (Book XVII Tit. II) / Voet Commentarius ad Pandectas translated into English. Part I: The Contract of Sale (Book XVIII) / Voet Commentarius ad Pandectas translated into English/ The Contract of Letting and Hiring (Book XIX Tit. 2) / Johannes Voet ... His Commentary on the Pandects: wherein, besides the principles and the more celebrated controversies of the Roman Law, the Modern Law is also discussed, and the Chief Points of Practice - Pledges and Hypothecs (Book XX, title 1) / Voet Commentarius ad Pandectas translated into English. Injury or Libel (Book XLVII,, Tit X)

By Innes, T R; Wilson, Sir Roland Knyvet; Solomon, William; Mason, A W (trans); Eagle, John N

Stevens and Sons, London / J C Juta, Cape Town, 1879. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/No Jacket. Various Commentaries of the Pandects by Voet combined (complete). Previous owner signature throughout from MORRIS ALEXANDER (one of the first Jews to sit in the South African Volksraad after Union; as member for Cape Town Castle constituency he was a tireless fighter for the underprivileged and for those living in District Six). Included: separate booklet, "Voet ad Pandectas: Book 47, Title XI - De Extraordinariis Criminibus" (1893) - the pages of this are tanned, crisped, worn. The boards of the book are marbled; green cloth corners and spine. The boards are scuffed, worn, marked. The corners and spine also have wear, marks. The boards and spine are efficient, steady, sound. The book has evidence of use throughout with some light wear about the edges, annotations and finger marks. In general and by far, the contents are clean, clear, orderly, tidy, authoritative, confident, competent, tidy. fk

$100.00

Schets van het Nederlandsch Staatsbestuur en dat der Overzeesche Bezittingen
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Schets van het Nederlandsch Staatsbestuur en dat der Overzeesche Bezittingen

By Romeijn, H J

De Gebroeders Van Cleef, Gravenhage , 1914. 7th Edition. Hardcover. Near Fine/No Jacket. 1121 pages (complete). In Dutch throughout. Of most interest is the former owner signature: R P CLEVERINGA. Cleveringa was not only a Professor of Law at Leiden University, but he was also a Dutch Resistance hero during the Nazi Occupation. When he made a speech protesting at the dismissal of his Jewish peers, he was immediately arrested and imprisoned at Scheveningen, the so-called 'Orange Hotel' for the number of resistance fighters imprisoned there. He later, in another camp, helped coordinate the Resistance. After the war he was much rewarded for his contribution. In 2004 he was named 'The Greatest Person from Leiden University' by the university magazine. In 2015 his speech was declared the greatest in Dutch history. The book is sound, confident. Half leather. Marbled boards. The leathered corners and spine have wear, scuffing, rubbed from handling and shelving. The boards are scuffed, worn about the edges. Matching marbled end papers. The contents are magisterial, tidy, neat, clean, clear, competent. Please note that due to the weight of the book, should the book need be posted to the outside of South Africa, extra postal charges may be required. fk

$50.00

Inleidinge tot de Hollandsche REchts-Geleerheid, beschreven bij Hugo de Groot - 2 volumes
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Inleidinge tot de Hollandsche REchts-Geleerheid, beschreven bij Hugo de Groot - 2 volumes

By De Groot, Hugo ; Andreae, S J Fockema (annotations); Apeldoorn, L J van (revised by)

S Gouda Quint, Arnhem, 1926. 3rd Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/No Jacket. Two volumes (complete). In Dutch throughout. Half off-white cloth; marbled boards and end-papers. The first volume has the signature of L I Coertze, formerly Law Professor at the University of Pretoria. The boards are smart, pleasant. The contents are in excellent condition. They are clean, clear, confident, fresh-faced, assured. fk

$20.00

Inleiding tot de Hollandsche Rechtsgeleerdheid; Beschreven by Hugo de Groot: Bevestigd me Plakaten, Handvesten, oude Herkomen, Rechten, Rechtsgeleerden, Sententien van de Hoven van Justitie in Holland en elders; misgaders eenige Byvoegsels en Aanmerkingen op deselve, door Mr Simoon van Groenewegen van der Made: in zyn leven Secretaris der Stad Delft, door hem toen op nieus veel vermeerderd, en verbeterd: Nu met Latynsche Aanteekeningen uitgebreidt door Mr Willem Schorer; Praesident in den Ed Hove van Vlaanderen, en Super-intendent van de Leenen.

By Groot, Hugo de; Made, Simon van Groenewegen van der; Schorer, Willem

Pieter Gillisen, Middleburg, 1767. Hardcover. Very Good/No Jacket. Signed. 778 plus "Register van de Hollandsche Rechtsgeleerheid" (complete). SIGNED by WILLEM SCHORER (indicating it is a true copy of the book) on the reverse title page. A venerable copy. The spine has been repaired with a leather strip. The boards are much scuffed, worn, marked by age and storage, handling. They are steady and sure. The frontispage has a previous owner signature (J F Hinlopen - a descendant of a founder of the Dutch East India Company, a member of one of the most wealthy families in the Netherlands [indeed the family still own the largest privately owned house in Amsterdam]). The signature is dated, 1820. A further owner, TW McWilliams, Attorney & Notary of Port Elizabeth, marked their stamp. The pages bear their years lightly. There are indeed signs of age, with areas of light tanning and spotting, but they are also very healthy and firm. Some pages are still uncut! The contents are tight, clean, clear, certain, competent, confident, bold, magisterial, pleasingly antiquarian. fk

$240.00

Dissertato Juridica Inauguralis de Furto Domestico quam, Annuente Summo Numine, Ex Auctoritate Rectoris Magnifici Petri Hofmanni Peerlkamp ... et nobilissimae Facultatis Juridicae decreto Pro Gradu Doctoratus, summisque in Jure Romano et Hodierno honoribus ac privilegiis In Academia Lugdano-Batava, rite ac legitime consequendis, defendet Arentius Guililmus Drabbe, haganus ad diem XII Decembris MDCCCXXXVIII, hora I-II

By Peerlkamp, Petri Hofmanni

C C van der Hoek, Leiden, 1828. Hardcover. Near Fine/No Jacket. 39 pages (complete). In Latin throughout. A pleasing, smart copy. Full leather, gilt decorated borders. The boards are clubbable, handsome. The papertrims are gilt edged. The pages are very healthy and agreeable - especially taking the age of the book into account! The pages are thick, tight, clean, clear, most amiable, most confident. fk

$80.00

Law Reports. Division I - Chancery. Cases determined by the Chancery Division of the High Court of Justice and by the Chief Judge in Bankruptcy and by the Court of Appeal on Appeal from the Chancery Division and the Chief Judge and in Lunacy - Vol II 1875-76 0 XXXIX Victoriae

By Hemming, George Wirgman (Ed)

William Clowes and Sons, London / Incorportated Council of Law Reporting for England and Wales, 1876. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/No Jacket. 870 pages (complete). A passive copy. The boards and spine have been crudely repaired with leather patches - otherwise half leather (as intended). The leather corners, spine are worn. The boards are healthy with mild handling and storage marks. They are steady and sure. The contents are pleasing. They are clean, clear, hale, orderly, tidy, certain, vigorously competent, authoritative. fk

$29.00

Dertig Rechtsgeleerde Vraagen, Uit de Inleidinge tot de Hollandsche Regtsgel. van wyle Mr. Hugo de Groot, Eerst aan het Publicq ter beantwoording voorgestelt, en nu benevens de daar op ingekomende Antwoorden van de Heeren Mr Willem Schorer, Praesident in den Ed Hove van Vlaanderen, en Superintendent van de Leenen &c. &c. En Mr Hendrik van Wyn, Raad en Pensionaris der Stad Brielle, en Lid van verscheide Genoodschappen &c. &c. Als mede van andere voorname Rechtsgeleerden; uitgegeven en met Aanmerkingen verrykt Door Een Genootschap van Rechtsgeleerden, onder de Spreuk, Ab omnibus libenter disce, quod nescis
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Dertig Rechtsgeleerde Vraagen, Uit de Inleidinge tot de Hollandsche Regtsgel. van wyle Mr. Hugo de Groot, Eerst aan het Publicq ter beantwoording voorgestelt, en nu benevens de daar op ingekomende Antwoorden van de Heeren Mr Willem Schorer, Praesident in den Ed Hove van Vlaanderen, en Superintendent van de Leenen &c. &c. En Mr Hendrik van Wyn, Raad en Pensionaris der Stad Brielle, en Lid van verscheide Genoodschappen &c. &c. Als mede van andere voorname Rechtsgeleerden; uitgegeven en met Aanmerkingen verrykt Door Een Genootschap van Rechtsgeleerden, onder de Spreuk, Ab omnibus libenter disce, quod nescis

By Groot, Hugo de ; Schorer, Willem ; Wyn, Hendrik van

Johannes Mynsert, s'Gravenhage, 1777. First Edition. Softcover. Good/No Jacket. 159 pages (complete). In High Dutch throughout. A much owned copy of this RARELY encountered book. Laid rag-paper. The boards are much worn and aged all about. The spine has, at some stage, been repaired with brown paper tape. The boards are bubbled, marked, scuffed, well handled. Despite this abuse, they are steady and resolute. The contents are more pleasing. The frontis and end pages have been cut in half. The half-title page has a previous owner signature. This and the title page have this same owner's stamp. The paper edges are aged and benignly worn. The top trims of the pages have some storage marks. The pages are also waved from storage conditions and age. The pages, however, are delightfully clean and clear. They are resoundingly healthy, confident, bold, sound, assured, competent, orderly, certain. fk

$200.00

Burge's Commentaries on Colonial and Foreign Laws Generally - and in their conflict with each other and with the law of England - Vol IV, Part 2
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Burge's Commentaries on Colonial and Foreign Laws Generally - and in their conflict with each other and with the law of England - Vol IV, Part 2

By Renton, Alexander Wood ; Bewes, Wyndham A (Eds)

Sweet & Maxwell Ltd., London / Stevens & Sons, Ltd., London, 1928. New Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/No Jacket. 684 pages (complete). Ex-library copy with consequent residue, debris, stamps, annotations, marks and usage. The boards are placid. They have wear to all edges, corners and seams. They have scuffing, marks from handling, storage, wear from shelving. The boards are steady and sure. The papertrims have storage stains. The contents are pleasing. They are diligent, confident, clean and clear, very assured. Please note that due to the weight of the book, should the book need be posted to the outside of South Africa, extra postal charges may be required. fk

$150.00

Company Law and Precedents - 2 volumes
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Company Law and Precedents - 2 volumes

By Stiebel, Arthur

Sweet & Maxwell, Limited, London, 1929. Third Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/No Jacket. Two volumes (complete). Two stately copies. The boardroom green cloth covered boards are sound, steady. They have some mild scuffing, shelving wear to the edges and corners and to the head and foot of the spines. They are benign and judicial. The contents are diligent with their authority. There are occasional annotations here and there. The pages are otherwise clean, clear, most competent, magisterial, sober and very certain. Please note that due to weight of the set, should the books need be posted outside of South Africa, extra postage charges will be required. fk

$340.00

Historiae Juris Romano-Justinianei Volumen secundum, Cujus Pars Prior Juris Romani fontes antiquissimos, I. Fragmenta Leg. Regiar. | II. Collectio Leg. Graecar. | III. Fragmenta XII. Tabularum, | IV. Edictum Perpetuum, continet, additis notis, quibus Legum veterum sensus enodatur, atque illarum in Jure Justinianeo usus declaratur, ad demonstrandum originem atque mutationes praecipuorum Juris Romani principiorum collectum ac editum; Pars Posterior vero duo doctissima seripta, quorum alterum est Caroli Breti Reg. Gall. Consil. & in Curia subsid Regni Fisci Advoc. Ordo Perantiquus Judiciorum, alterum Renati Bottereau JCti Hadrianus Legislator, exhibet, Ob raritatem & singularem doctrinam, qua diversas elegantissimas Juris Romani materias tractarunt, recusa.  Accedunt Indices necessarii.
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Historiae Juris Romano-Justinianei Volumen secundum, Cujus Pars Prior Juris Romani fontes antiquissimos, I. Fragmenta Leg. Regiar. | II. Collectio Leg. Graecar. | III. Fragmenta XII. Tabularum, | IV. Edictum Perpetuum, continet, additis notis, quibus Legum veterum sensus enodatur, atque illarum in Jure Justinianeo usus declaratur, ad demonstrandum originem atque mutationes praecipuorum Juris Romani principiorum collectum ac editum; Pars Posterior vero duo doctissima seripta, quorum alterum est Caroli Breti Reg. Gall. Consil. & in Curia subsid Regni Fisci Advoc. Ordo Perantiquus Judiciorum, alterum Renati Bottereau JCti Hadrianus Legislator, exhibet, Ob raritatem & singularem doctrinam, qua diversas elegantissimas Juris Romani materias tractarunt, recusa. Accedunt Indices necessarii.

By Hoffammani [Hoffmann], Christ. Godofr. [Christian Gottfired], Sacr. Reg. Boruss, Maj. Consil. Intimi & Facultatis Juridicae in Academia Viadrina Ordinarii

Apus Haeredes Joh. Grossi, Lipsiae [Leipzig], 1726. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/No Jacket. 208 pages plus index (complete). In Latin throughout. Fully covered in parchment. Cloth paper. A VERY RARE and MOST pleasing copy of this history of Roman Law from the busy jurist, Christian Hoffmann. Especially taking the book's age into account, this book is wonderful to hold, read, and to turn the pages. The boards have wear, scuffing and marks. They are benevolent, venerable. They are steady and sound. There is some wear to the spine seams, but the book's security and facility are unaffected. The contents are in excellent condition. There are, of course, age related marks, areas of tanning and foxing. In general, and by far, the contents are healthy, tidy, well maintained and preserved. The chapter, "Fragmenta Edicti Perpetui in Corpore Juris Romano-Justinianei Dispersa, ad mentem vir. clariss. G Vil. Ranchini, Jac. Gothofredi, Gerardi Noodtii aliorumque Collecta Atque Emendata", have antique ink annotations that add considerably to the character of the book. The pages are clear, very assured and certain, confident and delectably ancient. fk

$500.00

Estates Planning and Administration - 3 volumes
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Estates Planning and Administration - 3 volumes

By Abrie, W ; Graham, C R ; Schoeman-Malan, M C ; Spuy, P de W van der ; Evans, R G

ProPlus Publishers, Lynnwoodridge, Pretoria, 2000. 4th Edition. Softcover. Very Good/No Jacket. Three volumes (complete). All volumes are neat and satisfactory. The ISBN applies to Volume 1 only. The reference number and price apply to all three. Volume 1: Administration of deceased estates. The covers are bright, with some light user wear about the edges. There is some scuffing. The contents are smart and neat and healthy. Volume 2: Administration of insolvent estates ; ISBN: 1919681086. Condition is as for volume 1. Volume 3: Estate- and financial planning ; ISBN: 191968106X. Condition is as for volume 1. A competent and diligent set. fk

$80.00

Law, Order and Liberty in South Africa
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Law, Order and Liberty in South Africa

By Mathews, Anthony S

Juta & Company, 1971. First Edition. Hardcover. Good/No Jacket. Boards are rubbed and marked.Tanning.Previous ownership stamp. tanning and foxing. well bound. good copy.[S.K]

$35.00