CASE DOCUMENT


State of the Proof in the Conjoined Processes of Proving the Tenor at the Instance of David Lillie, Merchant in Glasgow, and Henry Lillie, Merchant in Grangemouth; Against Mrs Margaret Lillie or Smith, Spouse of Jacob Smith, Merchant in Grangemouth, and Him for his interest, and Others

Document Type State of the Proof
Case David and Henry Lillie v. Mrs. Lillie or Smith, and Others
Author Name
Submitted 6 Sep 1832
Marginalia? Yes
Main Document Length (Pages) 14
Appendix Items
Appendix Length (pages) 14
Repository University of Virginia Law Library (Special Collections)
Container UVALL Box 56

Citation

, "State of the Proof in the Conjoined Processes of Proving the Tenor at the Instance of David Lillie, Merchant in Glasgow, and Henry Lillie, Merchant in Grangemouth; Against Mrs Margaret Lillie or Smith, Spouse of Jacob Smith, Merchant in Grangemouth, and Him for his interest, and Others ," 6 Sep 1832 , Scottish Court of Session Digital Archive Project. Charlottesville: University of Virginia Law Library, 2015-2019.

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Revised Condescendence and Note of Pleas in Law, for David Lillie, Merchant in Glasgow, and Henry Lillie, Merchant in Grangemouth, - Pursuers; in the Conjoined Process of Proving the Tenor at their Instance Against Mrs Margaret Lillie or Smith, and Others, - Defenders

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