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VENDORS AND PURCHASERS
BY SIR EDWARD SUGDEN.
BONÆ FIDEI VENDITOREM, NEC COMMODORUM SPEM AUGERE, NEC
INCOMMODORUM COGNITIONEM OBSCURARE OPORTET.
Valerius Maximus, l. yii. c. 11.
FROM THE NINTH LONDON EDITION.
WITH NOTES AND REFERENCES TO AMERICAN DECISIONS.
· IN TWO VOLUMES.
Entered according to the Act of Congress, in the year 1836,
BY E. & L. MERRIAM, in the Clerk's Office of the District Court of Massachusetts.
E. AND L. MERRIAM, PRINTERS.
THE recent Decisions have been introduced into their proper places ; and references have been made to all the Reports of the modern Cases, as few have on their shelves all the contemporaneous Reporters. The language of the Law has been altered by the Real Property Acts, and the text of this work has accordingly throughout required alteration. No apology is necessary for introducing a view of those Acts in the Chapter upon Title, as it is of deep importance that their contents should be readily accessible. To prevent the too frequent recurrence of new Editions, the Writer has been induced to add upon this occasion considerably to the usual number of copies; and as that will deprive him of an early opportunity of again correcting the Work, he has revised it, with a view to this Edition, with all the care and attention which his opportunities have permitted.
17th May, 1834.
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