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Testamentary cases in fifteenth-century Chancery

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The church courts in England traditionally had jurisdiction over testaments and the litigation arising from testaments. In the fifteenth century, however, Chancery also took jurisdiction over testamentary cases. This article surveys the testamentary litigation in fifteenth-century English Chancery.

Affiliations: 1: Professor of Law, University of Cincinnati, College of Law, P.O.Box 210040, Cincinnati O.H. 45221-0040, U.S.A;, Email: Joseph.Biancalana@uc.edu

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