There are 9 gatherings with 8 leaves in each. The 4 loose leaves presumably formed the 1st part of the 10th gathering.
The manuscript is written in 2 columns throughout. There are rubrics in red, and interlinear notes. Translations written in a younger hand occur at several places.
There is a lacuna at the end of the manuscript.
The name of the first scribe is Thorgerus Haquini, and his hand also occurs in AM 302 fol
The hand of the second scribe is from the second half of the sixteenth century is similar to the one in AM 288 fol. The marginialia are written in this hand.
The flourished initials have various colours. The large ones are red, blue and green. The smaller initials are blue and red, green and red, and green and brown.
Marginalia from the second half of the sixteenth century are found at several places and are mostly extracts of other law texts.
Catalogued2000.03.06 by AWS.
Photographed in 1965 and in 1990