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Context of The compleat court-keeper, or, Land-steward's assistant : containing, first, the nature of courts leet, and courts-baron, with a general introduction to every thing incident to them, according to law and custom : secondly, the manner of holding courts-leet, courts-baron and courts of survey, with the charge to the juries, and the forms of entring those courts in the minute-books and in the court-rolls ... : thirdly, the manner of keeping the court baron for trying of actions, the nature and kinds of actions, and of pleadings ... : fourthly, precedents of contracts, conditions, covenants, leases for life, leases for years, assignments, mortgages, surrenders of such leases ... : fifthly, the power and authority of the lord, and of the steward, and the privilege of the tenants, with variety of law-cases and resolutions concerning copyholders, and the whole business of court-keeping, and also surveys of manors, rentals, stewards accounts, fees, &c.
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