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JOHN ANDREWS, B.A. Oxon,
SOLICITOR OF The Supkeme Couet Of Judicature.
BEEVES AND TURNEE,
TO THE SECOND EDITION.
In this Edition the Precedents have been revised, and several new ones added. The Notes have also been revised and considerably extended, and the late Cases and Statutes inserted.
Part IV., consisting of Notices to Quit, &c., and other Special Notices, under the Agricultural Holdings Act and other Acts of Parliament, has been added; and in Part VII. will be found an Index of Special Precedents contained in other Books of Precedents.
In Part VIII. will be found the Agricultural Holdings Act, 1875, and the Settled Estates Act, 1877.
The Author has endeavoured to render this Edition accurate and practical, and worthy of the kind reception afforded to the First Edition.
32, Essex Street,
TO THE FIRST EDITION.
This Volume is an attempt to meet what the Author believes to be an every-day want, viz., a practical Book of Short Precedents of Leases and Common Forms, such as can be readily used in a Solicitor's or Agent's Office.
The Precedents are taken from those in constant use; they have all been carefully revised, and many of them settled by Counsel.
In the Notes the Author has endeavoured to embrace the leading points usually met with in practice.
With the view of increasing the practical utility of the Book, Parts IV. and V., relating to Stamps and Costs, have been added, and some of the more important Statutes relating to the subject have been printed in Part VI.