1 Tax L. Rep. [i] (1884-1885)

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TAX LAW REPORTER.
A LEGAL PERIODICAL.
EDITED BY HON. A. C. MAXWELL.
M A.R C-, 1 8 8 4-.
CONT ENTS.

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Pros pec(tus- Th  1)emeription of Real Estate inl the Ta\ RodllA  Deftct
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RECENT CIRCUIT AND SUPREEN                COuRT    1)I           ..IONS,.............
William Joyner   . Amos Fianidt-Erastius  tiie    li Tt tip of lhat
City of Detroit vs. Jepp-Byles vs. renung--Tirrent      X ager---WI
liam Frost t al. 's. John Leathermaiand Dani l Ltit.

( )ERIFS ANI) AN.\SW       RS     .............................................. 5
Shoubtd Parol ENvidence of a Fact that otudht to h be rcani ed lit recei cd ill
Suit, about Taxes and TFax 'T'itles?'-Pros. Atty--Superv i-r.
HAY    CITY, MICH.:
JAMES (41<.\, P\         I TSER, 20'3 ( ENTER STRIEFT.
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