Ore than show what may be hoped for as the result of future discoveries.
As specimens of these laws we may take the following: (M211) Law A.
[Col. II. 4-14.] The man who has sealed a tablet, by the name of
another, in favor of an owner of a field, or has sealed a bond, and has
not caused to be executed a deed giving him power of attorney, or has
not taken a duplicate of such a tablet [cannot take possession]; the
man, in whose name the tablet, or bond, is written, shall take that
field, or house. If a man acted as buyer, or lender, for another, he
incurred liabilities, for which he could not indemnify himself, unless
he had secured from his principal a deed empowering him so to act. But,
if without such power of attorney, A had acted for B, and bought a
house, or field, of C, and had the conveyance made out to B, of course
paying C; or had lent