Misleading Cases (1967–1971)
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The Negotiable Cow 

Argumentative old Cuss Albert Haddock proves that a cheque written on the side of a cow is legal tender. Based on the stories of A P Herbert who trained as a lawyer though he never ... See full summary »

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Argumentative old Cuss Albert Haddock proves that a cheque written on the side of a cow is legal tender. Based on the stories of A P Herbert who trained as a lawyer though he never practised and became an MP for Oxford University just so he could sponsor the modern divorce law. The 'Misleading Cases' all cover obscure but humorous legal points. Written by nickjg

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20 June 1967 (UK)  »

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