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Book/Printed Material Brief concerning the evident nullity of the proceedings before the Illustrious Tribunal of the Auditor de Cámara [filed by the Rev. doctors José Miguel, Francisco Andreu, José Font and others versus the Illustrious Cabildo of Solsona and the Canons doctor Antonio Codina, doctor Luis Roig, Raimundo Pujol, doctor Miguel Monjo and the Rev. Silvestre Blanch, doctor José Sala and Juan Riu, beneficiaries of said church [of Solsona]. [Ca.XVII Century].

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Title

  • Brief concerning the evident nullity of the proceedings before the Illustrious Tribunal of the Auditor de Cámara [filed by the Rev. doctors José Miguel, Francisco Andreu, José Font and others versus the Illustrious Cabildo of Solsona and the Canons doctor Antonio Codina, doctor Luis Roig, Raimundo Pujol, doctor Miguel Monjo and the Rev. Silvestre Blanch, doctor José Sala and Juan Riu, beneficiaries of said church [of Solsona]. [Ca.XVII Century].

Created / Published

  • [Spain] : [publisher not identified], XVII Century

Headings

  • -  Law
  • -  Law Library of Congress
  • -  West Europe
  • -  Spain
  • -  Solsona
  • -  Miguel, Jose
  • -  Andreu, Francisco
  • -  Font, Jose
  • -  Codina, Antonio
  • -  Roig, Luis
  • -  Pujol, Raimundo
  • -  Monjo, Miguel
  • -  Blanch, Silvestre
  • -  Sala, Jose
  • -  Riu, Jose
  • -  religious law
  • -  Church of Solsona
  • -  Catholic church
  • -  local government
  • -  trials and court proceedings

Genre

  • Records and briefs

Notes

  • -  Title devised, in English, by Library staff.
  • -  Jurisdiction covered: Spain.
  • -  Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site.
  • -  Also available on microfilm (Law Library Microfilm 84/10004).
  • -  Document in Spanish.

Medium

  • 12 pages

Source Collection

  • Spanish legal documents (15th-19th centuries) Brief No.221

Repository

  • Library of Congress Law Library Washington, D.C. 20540 dcu

Digital Id

Library of Congress Control Number

  • 2018721008

Online Format

  • image
  • pdf

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Chicago citation style:

Brief concerning the evident nullity of the proceedings before the Illustrious Tribunal of the Auditor de Cámara filed by the Rev. doctors José Miguel, Francisco Andreu, José Font and others versus the Illustrious Cabildo of Solsona and the Canons doctor Antonio Codina, doctor Luis Roig, Raimundo Pujol, doctor Miguel Monjo and the Rev. Silvestre Blanch, doctor José Sala and Juan Riu, beneficiaries of said church of Solsona. Ca.XVII Century. [Spain: publisher not identified, XVII Century, 1600] Pdf. https://www.loc.gov/item/2018721008/.

APA citation style:

(1600) Brief concerning the evident nullity of the proceedings before the Illustrious Tribunal of the Auditor de Cámara filed by the Rev. doctors José Miguel, Francisco Andreu, José Font and others versus the Illustrious Cabildo of Solsona and the Canons doctor Antonio Codina, doctor Luis Roig, Raimundo Pujol, doctor Miguel Monjo and the Rev. Silvestre Blanch, doctor José Sala and Juan Riu, beneficiaries of said church of Solsona. Ca.XVII Century. [Spain: publisher not identified, XVII Century] [Pdf] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/2018721008/.

MLA citation style:

Brief concerning the evident nullity of the proceedings before the Illustrious Tribunal of the Auditor de Cámara filed by the Rev. doctors José Miguel, Francisco Andreu, José Font and others versus the Illustrious Cabildo of Solsona and the Canons doctor Antonio Codina, doctor Luis Roig, Raimundo Pujol, doctor Miguel Monjo and the Rev. Silvestre Blanch, doctor José Sala and Juan Riu, beneficiaries of said church of Solsona. Ca.XVII Century. [Spain: publisher not identified, XVII Century, 1600] Pdf. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/2018721008/>.