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Bill : an act to exempt, to the value of £ , the tools or implements of any householder's trade or calling, and the wearing apparel, the bedding, and other furniture required for the use of his family, from seizure and sale under execution for debt; and to prevent the property thus exempted from being assigned, pledged or sold, in liquidation of debts contracted for intoxicating drinks

Quebec : J. Lovell, [1852]; 5 pages

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Title Canada. Legislature. Legislative Assembly.
Bill : an act to exempt, to the value of £ , the tools or implements of any householder's trade or calling, and the wearing apparel, the bedding, and other furniture required for the use of his family, from seizure and sale under execution for debt; and to prevent the property thus exempted from being assigned, pledged or sold, in liquidation of debts contracted for intoxicating drinks.
Act to exempt, to the value of £, the tools or implements of any householder's trade or calling, and the wearing apparel, the bedding, and other furniture required for the use of his family, from seizure and sale under execution for debt; and to prevent the property thus exempted from being assigned, pledged or sold, in liquidation of debts contracted for intoxicating drinks
Bill : an act to exempt the tools or implements of any householder's trade or calling, and the wearing apparel, the bedding, and other furniture necessary for the use of his family, from seizure and sale under execution for debt; and to prevent the property thus exempted from being pledged or sold in liquidation of debts contracted for intoxicating drinks
Published Quebec : J. Lovell, [1852]
Identifier 9_05247
Subject Bills, Legislative -- Canada.
Projets de loi -- Canada.
Document source Scanned from a CIHM microfiche of the original publication held by the Library and Archives Canada.
Notes Title from title screen.
Cover title.
Caption title: Bill : an act to exempt the tools or implements of any householder's trade or calling, and the wearing apparel, the bedding, and other furniture necessary for the use of his family, from seizure and sale under execution for debt; and to prevent the property thus exempted from being pledged or sold in liquidation of debts contracted for intoxicating drinks.
At head of title: No. 4. 1st Session, 4th Parliament, 16 Victoria, 1852.
"Received and read a first time, Tuesday, 24th August, 1852. Second reading, August, 1852."
"Mr. Mackenzie."
Also available in French. See CIHM no. 9_05248.
3 p. ; 33 cm.
Collection Early Official Publications
Language eng
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