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Prematica que declara, que la ley que prohibe alegar nulidad contra las sentencias de los del Consejo, y Oydores de las Audiencias, de que no se puede suplicar, comprehende, que tampoco pueda intentarse restitucion.
Madrid, por Juan de la Cuesta, vendese en casa de Francisco de Robles, Librero del Rey nuestro señor, issued at Valladolid, 20 June 1615. - Folio (29 x 20.5 cm.), disbound. Woodcut arms of Spain on title-page, 7-line woodcut initial. Marginal dampstaining, some purple spotting at top; horizontal foldline. Overall good. Old ink foliation at lower right. (4 ll.) *** Decree of 20 June 1615, reiterating a decree of 9 February 1565, which stated that there was no appeal from the pronouncements of the @Consejo and @Oidores of the @Audiencia in Latin America. It adds that no one is permitted to argue that the @Audiencia's verdict is invalid because of incompetence or a problem of jurisdiction, and that no one can appeal for restitution from the @Audiencia's sentence.This law was printed by Juan de la Cuesta in the same year as he printed the @editio princeps of the second volume of @Don Quixote. Juan de la Cuesta made his reputation publishing carefully prepared editions of literature and scholarship.*** Gil Ayuso, @Noticia bibliográfica de textos y disposiciones legales de los Reinos de Castilla 704. Schneer, @Juan de la Cuesta 135. Not in Palau. Not located in Melvyl. REBIUN: Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Universidad de Granada. CCBPE: 13 copies. NUC: MH-L. [Attributes: First Edition]
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