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Works under MDS 346.76
- How to live--and die--with Texas probate: Wills, trusts, and estate planning in layman's language by Charles A. Saunders
- Texas Real Estate Law by Charles J. Jacobus
- Hers, His, And Theirs: Community Property Law in Spain and Early Texas by Jean A. Stuntz
- California Real Estate Principles by Walter Roy Huber
- Texas Real Estate by Charles J. Jacobus
- The Complete Guide to Planning Your Estate In Washington: A Step-By-Step Plan to Protect Your Assets, Limit Your Taxes, and Ensure Your Wishes Are Fulfilled for Washington Residents by Linda C. Ashar Attorney at Law
- Family, Law, and Inheritance in America: A Social and Legal History of Nineteenth-Century Kentucky by Yvonne Pitts
- Heir Not Apparent by Suzanne Finstad
- Racial Union: Law, Intimacy, and the White State in Alabama, 1865-1954 by Julie Lavonne Novkov
- How to Form Your Own Texas Corporation by Anthony Mancuso
- Modern Real Estate Practice in Texas, 12th Edition by Cheryl Peat Nance
- How to File for Divorce in Texas (Legal Survival Guides) by Karen Ann Rolcik
- Prepare for the Texas Real Estate Exam by Johnnie L. Rosenauer
- Red Eagle's children Weatherford vs. Weatherford et al. by J. Anthony Paredes
- Louisiana Family Law Guide by Stephen Rue
- How to Probate&Settle an Estate in Texas, 4E (How to Probate and Settle An Estate in Texas) by Karen Rolcik
- Your Texas Business: Everything You Should Know to Start and Run a Business in Texas Today by Richard M. Alderman
- Estate Planning in Tennessee by Anne M. McKinney
- Alabama Property Rights and Remedies by Jesse P. Evans, III
- The Women of CourtWatch: Reforming a Corrupt Family Court System by Carole Bell Ford
- Divorce in Mississippi : the legal process, your rights, and what to expect by Connie M. Smith
- Divorce in Oklahoma : the legal process, your rights, and what to expect by Mark Antinoro
- The Homestead Laws of Oklahoma Territory: Including the Celebrated Cherokee Outlet Indian Strip by G. W. Doughty, Sr.
- How to Do Your Own Divorce in Texas, 2009-2011 : A Complete Kit by Ed Sherman
- Louisiana Legal Advisor by Stephen E. Covell
- Children and the Law in Texas: What Parents Should Know by Ramona Freeman John
- Texas Real Estate Agency by Donna Peeples
- Divorce in Tennessee : the legal process, your rights, and what to expect by Eric J. Burch
- Tort Reform, Plaintiffs' Lawyers, and Access to Justice by Stephen Daniels
- How to Write Your Own Will in Texas with CD, 4E (Legal Survival Guides) by Karen Rolcik
- Richards on Tennessee family law: 1998 supplement by Janet Richards
- Öffentliches Angebot, Vermögensanlage und Emissionspublizität by Paul Benjamin Werthamnn
- Divorce in Louisiana : the legal process, your rights, and what to expect by Betsy A. Fischer
- How to Start a Business in Texas (Legal Survival Guides) by Michael T. Norman
- How to Start a Business in Texas (Legal Survival Guides) by Traci Truly
- Covenant Marriage: The Movement to Reclaim Tradition in America by Steven L. Nock
- Divorce in Alabama : understandable answers to your legal questions by Jessica Kirk Drennan
- How to Incorporate and Start a Business in Texas: A Simple 6-Part Program by J. W. Dicks
- Texas family law by Jack W Ledbetter
- Sharing the common pool : water rights in the everyday lives of Texans by Jr. Charles R. Porter
- When Someone Dies in Texas: All the Legal and Practical Things You Need to Do When Someone Near to You Dies in the State of Texas (When Someone Dies In...) by Amelia E. Pohl
- How to Form a Corporation in Texas: With Forms (Incorporate in Texas) by Karen Ann Rolcik
- How to do your own divorce in Texas by Charles Edward Sherman
- The Complete Guide to Planning Your Estate in Illinois : A Step-by-Step Plan to Protect Your Assets, Limit Your Taxes, and Ensure Your Wishes are Fulfilled for Illinois Residents by Linda Ashar
- Credit and Borrowing in Texas: Consumers' Rights and Duties by William R. Wishard
- Tennessee Secured Transactions Under Revised Article 9 of the Uniform Commercial Code: Forms and Practice Manual by W. Neal McBrayer
- Texas Real Estate Contracts by Ralph Tamper
- The Complete Guide to Planning Your Estate in Ohio : A Step-by-Step Plan to Protect Your Assets, Limit Your Taxes, and Ensure Your Wishes are Fulfilled for Ohio Residents by Linda Ashar
- Lone star divorce by Ike Vanden Eykel
- Texas Homeowners Association Law, 2nd ed. by Gregory S. Cagle
MDS classes with significant recommendations overlap, excluding ones under the same top-level class.
What is MDS?
Melvil stands for "Melvil Decimal System," named after Melvil Dewey, the famous librarian. Melvil Dewey invented his Dewey Decimal System in 1876, and early versions of his system are in the public domain.
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The Melvil Decimal System is NOT the Dewey Decimal System of today. Wordings, which are entered by members, can only come from public domain sources. The base system is the Free Decimal System, a public domain classification created by John Mark Ockerbloom. Where useful or necessary, wording comes from the 1922 edition of the Dewey Decimal System. Language and concepts may be changed to fit modern tastes, or to better describe books cataloged. Wordings may not come from in-copyright sources.