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Context of Every landlord or tenant his own lawyer : or, the whole law respecting landlords, tenants, and lodgers; laid down in a simple, easy, and comprehensive manner, free from the technical terms of the law. Containing The most approved Forms of Notices to quit Premises: Directions for making and compleating a Distress, and for Replevying Goods when illegally taken. Also Memorandums for letting Houses, Lands, or Apartments by Agreement, or on Lease; and various Precedents of Leases, and other Useful Deeds, as settled by the most eminent Counsel. With the real Method of proceeding to dispossess a bad Tenant, and of defending Possession when a Tenant is Oppressed, or Injured, by his Landlord. Together With an Abstract of an Act of the 15th George III. for regulating Buildings and Party-Walls in London, and its Environs. By John Paul, Barrister at Law. Author of the Constable, Churchwarden, Overseer, and Surveyor of the Highways Guide, and other Law Tracts
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