Chancery: Master Chandler's Miscellaneous Books

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Chancery: Master Chandler's Miscellaneous Books

Miscellaneous Books transferred from the chambers of Master Pretor Whitty Chandler, who served in the Chancery Division of the High Court from 1913 until 1938. The series does include material generated by his predecessors and inherited by him. The predecessors of Master Pretor Whitty Chandler (1913-1938) in his role as a Master/Chief Clerk were Master Richard John Villiers (1894-1912), Master Charles Harwood Clarke (1873-1893) and, for causes with initial letters O-Z, Master Henry Leman (1852-1872).

These books relate principally to liquidation proceedings of the Court of Chancery taken in chambers. Many of the proceedings concern banks and insurance, mining and railway companies.

Held by:
The National Archives, Kew
Former references:
in The National Archives:   C 346
Legal status:
Public Record
Court of Chancery, 1875
Supreme Court of Judicature, Chancery Division, 1875-
Physical description:
40 volume(s)
Access conditions:
Subject to 30 year closure
Immediate source of acquisition:
in 1915 Pretor Whitty Chandler
Selection and destruction information:
These documents appear to be the survivors of a weeding exercise carried out by the court under a Destruction Schedule of 14 July 1913, Statutes, Rules and Schedules governing the disposal of Public Records by destruction or otherwise 1877-1913, HMSO, London, 1914 pp 192-194.

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