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His Honour Judge James Fox-Andrews QC
1988, printed/online, 581k (Nr: 11)
Francis Goodall
1988, printed/online, 500k (Nr: 10)
Andrew W Foyle
1987, online only, 840k (Nr: 8)
John N Barber
1987, online only, 1.21MB (Nr: 7)
Martin Barnes
1987, printed/online 219k (Nr: 6)
Alistair Rettie LLB
1986, printed/online, 820k (Nr: 5)
D R Culverwell
1986, printed (Nr: 3)
Jacobus Rozemond
1986, online only, 373k (Nr: 4)
John Sims FRICS, FCIArb
1984, printed/online 479k (Nr: 2)
Alan W Shilston
1984, printed/online 530k (Nr: 1)


Our papers

The Society has published nearly 400 papers since 1984. Some are published both in hard copy and electronically (numbered), others in electronic format only (number prefixed 'D'). The hard copy papers can be purchased (except those marked with an asterisk which are no longer available). They are all also available as PDF files to download.

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