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Brevia formata

BREVIA FORMATA, Eng law. The collection of writs found in the Registrum Brevium was so called. The author of Fleta says, these writs were formed upon their cases. They were different from the writs de cursu, which were approved by the council of the whole realm, and could not be changed without the will of the same. Fleta, lib. 2, c. 13, Sec. 2. See 17 S. & R. 194-5, and authorities there cited.

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Brethren of St. Joseph
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Bretwalda
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Breuer
Breughel
Breughel the Elder
Breve
Breve de recto
Breve testatum
Brevet
Brevetcy
Brevia
Brevia anticipantia
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Brevia judicialia
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Breviary
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Breviature
Brevibloc
Brevibus et rotulis liberandis
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Breviped
Brevipen
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