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Insuper

English Law: Insuper in the Past

The balance due by an accountant in the exchequer, as apparent by his account. There is further information on this topic in this legal reference. The auditors in settling his account say there stays so much insuper to such accountant. [1]

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  1. Partialy, this information about insuper is based on the Bouvier´s Law Dictionary, 1848 edition. There is a list of terms of the Bouvier´s Law Dictionary, including insuper.

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  • Article Name: Insuper
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  • Description: English Law: Insuper in the Past The balance due by an accountant in the exchequer, as apparent by his account. There is [...]

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