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(4) OLD BOOKS ON MASSACHUSETTS LAW

age: 70+ years old

size: varies

composition: paper

rating: 8

comments: An assortment of four (4) older books regarding Massachusetts state law. Three are hardbound and one is softbound. Titles include: (1) Manual for the General Court 1933-34, copyright 1933, Massachusetts Law of Landlord and Tenant, by Donald R. Simpson, copyright 1940, Massachusetts Law by Frank L. Simpson, copyright 1944 and a Student's Course on Mass Practice and Procedures by Helen West Bradlee of the Suffolk Bar, copyright 1930, typewritten, softbound. All are in fair to good condition with some wear on covers and pages. All are complete and very readable. Some are stamped with previous owner stamps or book store.

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