conveyancing counsel to the court of chancery

conveyancing counsel to the court of chancery
In English law, certain counsel, not fewer than six in number, appointed by the lord chancellor, for the purpose of assisting the court of chancery, or any judge thereof, with their opinion in matters of title and conveyancing

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