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FORMS OF ALL THOSE LEGAL INSTRUMENTS
IMPORTANT TO BE KNOWN
BY THE PEOPLE OF NORTH CAROLINA;
AND DESIGNED, ALSO,
CLERKS, CONSTABLES, CORONERS, &c., &c.
ARRANGED FROM THE BEST AUTHORITIES
BY CALVIN H. WILEY, ESQ.,
TO WHICH ARE ADDED,
CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES.
“ WEEKLY POST,
Entered according to Act of Congress in the Clerk's Office of the
District Court of North Carolina,
MAY 2 1 1930
This work, it is hoped, will be found what it purports to be, a collection of Forms of Legal Instruments suited to the wants of Justices of the Peace, Clerks, Sheriffs, Constables, and the peos ple in the country.
Care has been taken to exclude all such matter as may be considered interesting and important merely to the lawyer': and on the other hand, an effort has been made to present a complete list of Forms of the various Instruments which the people themselves should know how to write, and which, in the course of their business, they are constantly making.
The number of these is much larger than can be found in any Form Book heretofore published in North Carolina; and while it is hoped they will meet the wants and exigencies of the public it is also believed that their accuracy may be relied on. The Forms are not perfect, and are not intended as models for lawyers—it is admitted that they are often not as brief as they might have been, and sometimes contain unne