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statute of Merchants


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1285.

This statute made at Westminster (13 Edw. I s. 3) strengthened the provisions in the statute of Acton Burnell for the swift recovery of debts in the interest of promoting trade. Debtors could be at once imprisoned on default, and were liable to lose all their lands.

Subjects: British History.


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