A complete guide to landlords, tenants, and lodgers : being a methodical arrangement of the whole law as it now stands ... / by Robert Sutton.
London : Printed by W. Stratford for J. Stratford, 1803.
108 pages : forms ; 21 cm.
Making of Modern Law legal treatises.
"Respecting the taking or letting lands, houses, or apartments, giving warning, or notices to quit, ejecting, seizing for rent, repairs, &c. With forms of leases, agreements, assignments, surrenders, notices, receipts for rent, &c., in a great variety of situations, whether as lessor, lessee, or tenant at will, communicated in an easy and familiar manner. Including ample instructions for landlords to conduct themselves legally and securely towards their tenants; and to enable tenants to guard against encroaching landlords. With clear and practical directions for making a distress for rent, &c.; with all the new adjudged cases and acts of Parliament, down to 1803." Reproduction of original from Harvard Law School Library.