APA Citation

Wood, E. (1762). A compleat body of conveyancing: In theory and practice. In two parts. Part I. Contains the Theory; wherein the various Ways and Methods of Acquiring, Forfeiting, Conveying, Limiting and Settling all Kinds of Estates, as well Real as Personal; and also the Nature, different Forms, Parts, Operations and Effects of all Kinds of Deeds and Common Assurances, Fines and Recoveries, are fully treated of. Part II. (in Two Volumes) Contains the Practice: Or, Precedents of Feoffments, Grants, Bargains and Sale, Leases, Releases, Declarations and Limitations of Uses and Trusts, Marriage Settlements, and Private Acts of Parliament, (made for Settling the most considerable Estates in Great Britain and Ireland;) Mortgages, Leases, Assignments, Deeds of Charter-Party and Copartnership, Bills, Bonds, Releases, Letters of Attorney, &c. Deeds for securing Annuities, &c. and of Bank, East-India, South-Sea Stocks, and other Public Funds; and in General all Deeds and Instruments any Ways requisite in Mercantile, Maritime and Plantation Affairs. With Observations and Opinions of the most Eminent Conveyancers. Selected from many Thousand Manuscript Precedents. The Whole digested in a Method intirely new, avoiding all Repetitions, and containing a greater Variety of Useful Precedents than all other Books upon the same Subject now extant. By Edward Wood, gent. deceased. The second edition, greatly improved in the Theory by the Addition of References to the latest Books of Authority; and in the Practical Part, by the Favour of a large Number of Original Manuscript Precedents. By able hands. In three volumes. London: printed by H. Woodfall and W. Strahan, Law-Printers to the King's Most Excellent Majesty; for J. Worrall, T. Osborne, C. Hitch and L. Hawes, J. Beecroft, W. Strahan, J. Rivington, R. Baldwin, W. Johnston, T. Caslon, T. Longman, S. Crowder and Co. R. Withy, C. Ware and Co. W. Flexney, W. Bristow, T. Lownds, A. Shuckburgh, and P. Uriel.

Chicago Style Citation

Wood, Edward. A Compleat Body of Conveyancing: In Theory and Practice. In Two Parts. Part I. Contains the Theory; Wherein the Various Ways and Methods of Acquiring, Forfeiting, Conveying, Limiting and Settling All Kinds of Estates, As Well Real As Personal; and Also the Nature, Different Forms, Parts, Operations and Effects of All Kinds of Deeds and Common Assurances, Fines and Recoveries, Are Fully Treated Of. Part II. (in Two Volumes) Contains the Practice: Or, Precedents of Feoffments, Grants, Bargains and Sale, Leases, Releases, Declarations and Limitations of Uses and Trusts, Marriage Settlements, and Private Acts of Parliament, (made for Settling the Most Considerable Estates in Great Britain and Ireland;) Mortgages, Leases, Assignments, Deeds of Charter-Party and Copartnership, Bills, Bonds, Releases, Letters of Attorney, &c. Deeds for Securing Annuities, &c. and of Bank, East-India, South-Sea Stocks, and Other Public Funds; and in General All Deeds and Instruments Any Ways Requisite in Mercantile, Maritime and Plantation Affairs. With Observations and Opinions of the Most Eminent Conveyancers. Selected From Many Thousand Manuscript Precedents. The Whole Digested in a Method Intirely New, Avoiding All Repetitions, and Containing a Greater Variety of Useful Precedents Than All Other Books Upon the Same Subject Now Extant. By Edward Wood, Gent. Deceased. The Second Edition, Greatly Improved in the Theory By the Addition of References to the Latest Books of Authority; and in the Practical Part, By the Favour of a Large Number of Original Manuscript Precedents. By Able Hands. In Three Volumes. London: printed by H. Woodfall and W. Strahan, Law-Printers to the King's Most Excellent Majesty; for J. Worrall, T. Osborne, C. Hitch and L. Hawes, J. Beecroft, W. Strahan, J. Rivington, R. Baldwin, W. Johnston, T. Caslon, T. Longman, S. Crowder and Co. R. Withy, C. Ware and Co. W. Flexney, W. Bristow, T. Lownds, A. Shuckburgh, and P. Uriel, 1762.

MLA Citation

Wood, Edward. A Compleat Body of Conveyancing: In Theory and Practice. In Two Parts. Part I. Contains the Theory; Wherein the Various Ways and Methods of Acquiring, Forfeiting, Conveying, Limiting and Settling All Kinds of Estates, As Well Real As Personal; and Also the Nature, Different Forms, Parts, Operations and Effects of All Kinds of Deeds and Common Assurances, Fines and Recoveries, Are Fully Treated Of. Part II. (in Two Volumes) Contains the Practice: Or, Precedents of Feoffments, Grants, Bargains and Sale, Leases, Releases, Declarations and Limitations of Uses and Trusts, Marriage Settlements, and Private Acts of Parliament, (made for Settling the Most Considerable Estates in Great Britain and Ireland;) Mortgages, Leases, Assignments, Deeds of Charter-Party and Copartnership, Bills, Bonds, Releases, Letters of Attorney, &c. Deeds for Securing Annuities, &c. and of Bank, East-India, South-Sea Stocks, and Other Public Funds; and in General All Deeds and Instruments Any Ways Requisite in Mercantile, Maritime and Plantation Affairs. With Observations and Opinions of the Most Eminent Conveyancers. Selected From Many Thousand Manuscript Precedents. The Whole Digested in a Method Intirely New, Avoiding All Repetitions, and Containing a Greater Variety of Useful Precedents Than All Other Books Upon the Same Subject Now Extant. By Edward Wood, Gent. Deceased. The Second Edition, Greatly Improved in the Theory By the Addition of References to the Latest Books of Authority; and in the Practical Part, By the Favour of a Large Number of Original Manuscript Precedents. By Able Hands. In Three Volumes. London: printed by H. Woodfall and W. Strahan, Law-Printers to the King's Most Excellent Majesty; for J. Worrall, T. Osborne, C. Hitch and L. Hawes, J. Beecroft, W. Strahan, J. Rivington, R. Baldwin, W. Johnston, T. Caslon, T. Longman, S. Crowder and Co. R. Withy, C. Ware and Co. W. Flexney, W. Bristow, T. Lownds, A. Shuckburgh, and P. Uriel, 1762.

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