Every Man His Own Attorney

1828; the law of landlord and tenant, and bankruptcy


Thomas Denman


George Virtue, London, 1828
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Printing Details

First edition, full leather binding. 22 × 13.5cm, 1055pp.

Full title: Every Man His Own Attorney; or the Law of Landlord and Tenant Delineated: with forms of Notices to Quit, Agreements, Leases and Assignments of Houses, Farms etc also the Bankrupt and Insolvent Laws Clearly Explained; Both as Regards Debtors and Creditors, shewing the advantages and disadvantages of bankruptcy and insolvency in both cases, giving ample advice as to arresting or striking a docquet against a debtor, and the mode and expenses attending it. To which are added Instructions to Commence and Defend All Actions in Person, with the actual amount of costs, officers' fees etc

A full explanation of the laws of tenancy etc for landlords and tenants and bankruptcies. The author was Thomas Denman, 1st Baron Denman (1779–1854), a British lawyer, judge and politician. He served as Lord Chief Justice between 1832 and 1850. He distinguished himself by his defence of the Luddites; and was a highly effective counsel for Queen Caroline.


Fair condition. The leather is rubbed all over and the joints are weak. The inner binding is slightly torn and damaged to the first few pages but the main body of text is in good condition for age.

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