Laws of the Bretts and Scotts


Laws of the Bretts and Scotts
An ancient Scotch code which was abolished under Edward the First.

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.

Look at other dictionaries:

  • Laws of the Bretts and Scotts — A code or system of laws in use among the Celtic tribes of Scotland down to the beginning of the fourteenth century, and then abolished by Edward I. of England …   Black's law dictionary

  • Laws of the Bretts and Scotts — A code or system of laws in use among the Celtic tribes of Scotland down to the beginning of the fourteenth century, and then abolished by Edward I. of England …   Black's law dictionary

  • Bretts and Scotts — See Laws of the Bretts and Scotts …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • Bretts and Scotts, Laws of the — A code or system of laws in use among the Celtic tribes of Scotland down to the beginning of the fourteenth century, and then abolished by Edward I. of England …   Black's law dictionary

  • Bretts and Scotts, Laws of the — A code or system of laws in use among the Celtic tribes of Scotland down to the beginning of the fourteenth century, and then abolished by Edward I. of England …   Black's law dictionary


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