Vols. I-IV, 4th edition, cover the matter formerly treated in Fiero on Special actions, 3d edition, 1908, and Special proceedings, 3d edition, 1912. Vol V. without edition note, has title: Particular actions and proceedings, state of New York ... Equitable actions ... law, practice and forms.
|Statement||by Newton Fiero ... by Arthur F. Curtis.|
|Contributions||Curtis, Arthur F., 1884-1943., New York (State). Courts.|
|LC Classifications||KFN5995 .F4|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||21015965|
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