Statutes of uncertain date

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Statutes of uncertain date, also known as statuta incerti temporis or Certain Statutes made during the Reigns of K. Henry 3. K. Edward 1. or K. Edward 2. but uncertain when or in which of their times, are UK (previously English) statutes dating from the reigns of Henry III, Edward I or Edward II, and frequently listed in the statute books at the end of the reign of Edward II.[1][2]

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  1. ^ Winfield, Percy Henry (1 November 2000). "Page 93". The Chief Sources of English Legal History. Beard Books. ISBN 978-1-58798-079-4. Retrieved 9 February 2012.
  2. ^ Great Britain (1888). The statutes, second revised edition: from the twentieth year of the reign of Henry III ... to the second session of the sixty-fourth year of Queen Victoria. Stationery office. p. 74. Retrieved 9 February 2012.

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