First edition of this comprehensive guide to legal styles and rules of procedure in the various jurisdictions in France. The Avertissement notes that as a result of the Civil Order of 1667 and its counterpart of the Criminal Order of 1670, different rules and styles of procedure appeared throughout the country in so many different books that they became very troublesome for judges and lawyers.
The present work is intended to "bring together in a single volume all the essential elements regarding universal judicial style and order with regard to the functions of bailiffs, police, prosecutors, registrars and judges, for the conduct of proceedings in trials, hearings and courts.In all five parts, the book covers adjournments, the stages up to and including final judgment, various aspects of family law, convictions on appeal and criminal proceedings.
No name - Stile Et Regles De Procedure Des Differens Tribunaux Du Royaume en Matière Civile, Criminelle & Bénéficiale - 1749
Binding in good condition, work in its period brown full leather binding, covers and spine in good condition, friction from use, missing headcap, red edges, adorned ribbed spine, gilded titling on a morocco label.
Inside in good condition, inconsequential foxing, lovely headbands, ornamental initials, culs-de-lampe, marbled endpapers.
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