In old English law. The owner of a toft. Cowell; Spelman.
What is TOFTMAN?
- Property Law (Keyed to Dukeminier)
- Comparative Constitutional Law
- Property Law
- Property Law (Dukeminier, Krier, Alexander, Schill, 7th ed.)
- Criminal Law (Keyed to Dressler)
- Secured Transactions
- Admin Law Keyed to Rogers & Krotoszynski
- Torts (Prosser, Wade, and Schwartz’s, 12 Ed)
- Criminal Law (Emanuel)
- Torts (Selmi)
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