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" As far as possible, important agreements, affecting the rights of clients, should be reduced to writing; but it is dishonorable to avoid performance of an agreement fairly made because it is not reduced to writing, as required by rules of Court. "
Proceedings of the ... Annual Meeting of the Alabama State Bar Association - Page 256
by Alabama State Bar Association - 1922
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Bar Briefs, Volumes 1-3

Bar associations - 1924
...possible, important agreements, affecting the rights of clients, should be reduced to writing; but it is dishonorable to avoid performance of an agreement fairly made because it is not reduced to writing, as required by rules of court. 20. Advertising by attorneys. The most...
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Proceedings of the ... Annual Session of the State Bar Association of Utah

State Bar Association of Utah - Bar associations - 1924
...possible, important agreements, affecting the rights of clients, should be reduced to writing ; but it is dishonorable to avoid performance of an agreement fairly made because it is not reduced to writing, as required by rules of Court. 26. PROFESSIONAL ADVOCACY OTHER THAN BEFORE...
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Codes of Ethics: A Handbook

Edgar Laing Heermance - Business ethics - 1924 - 525 pages
...possible, important agreements, affecting the rights of clients, should be reduced to writing: but it is dishonorable to avoid performance of an agreement fairly made because it is not reduced to writing, as required by rules of Court. 26. Professional Advocaey Other Than Before...
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Munkái

Mihály Vörösmarty, Mississippi State Bar Association - Bar associations - 1902
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The Central Law Journal, Volume 78

Law - 1914
...conversation with jurymen, or communications with them even in matters foreign to the cause. Counsel should not ignore known customs or practice of the bar, or of particular courts, even when the law permits, without timely notice to his opponent. The canons condemn...
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