The Law of Tithes and Tithe Rent-charge, Being a Treatise on the Law of Tithe Rent-charge: With a Sketch of the History and Law of Tithes Prior to the Communication Acts, and Including the Tithe Act of 1891, with the Rules Thereunder

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Stevens, 1891 - Electronic books - 229 pages
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