Catalogue description Chancery: Statute Rolls
|Title:||Chancery: Statute Rolls|
An enrolled collection of statutes, considered by its compilers to be noteworthy, from 1277 to 1469.
The rolls record acts of Parliament in their final form, as assented to, and nothing other than these end products of the parliamentary process.
The statute rolls were discontinued as acts of Parliament in their final form began to be enrolled on the Parliament rolls: C 65
|Held by:||The National Archives, Kew|
|Legal status:||Public Record(s)|
|Language:||French and Latin|
|Physical description:||8 roll(s)|
|Custodial history:||The records in this series were formerly housed in the Tower of London.|
The rolls are printed and translated in the first two volumes of Statutes of the Realm (9 vols, Record Commission, 1810-1828), which has a two volume index.
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