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The Scottish Women's Handbook

By Eveline Hunter

Scotland: Stramullion Co-Operative, 1987 No creases to the covers or to the spine. 400 clean, firm pages inc. the index.A comprehensive guide to women's rights in scotland.


The Householder's Legal Rights and Duties with Respect to His Neighbours, the Public and the State

By J. A. Slater, BA.LLB (Lond) Barrister-at-Law

London: Pitman's Modern Library of Practical Information - Sir Isaac Pitman A very good copy of this book. Grey boards with black title and banding. Original price 1shilling. 129 very clean and bright pages inc. index. Light browning to inner board and ffep. No date, the lastest date I can find in the text is a reference to 1904.Includes 'Foreign Travel'



By Richard Ingrams

London: Private Eye / Andre Deutsch, 1979 Binding is black cloth with gilt lettering on the spine; some minor bumps to the corners. Dj has some edgewear and rubbing to the covers; one inch closed tear to ffp.


The New Penguin Guide to the Law

By John Pritchard

U. K.: Penguin, 1992 An excellent copy of this book. 1071 tight, very clean pages.


Judge for Yourself - His Honour James Pickles

By James Pickles

Coronet, 1993 278 clean, tight pages. Some reading creases to the spine. Light shelf wear. - He retired from the bench in 1991, surrounded by outrage and tight-lipped fury. Much of the public, women in particular, have been incensed by his sentencing, and opinions. In this book , His Honour James Pickles, looks back on his life, considers the charges and acts as his own defence councel. The result is a delightful, infuriating, thought-and laughter- provoking book.


Write Your Own Will

By Keith Best

U K: Paper Fronts, 1989 An excellent copy of this book which is in an ' as new ' condition. Everything you need to know about leaving a modest amount of property or money to the immediate family or to charity. If your affairs are complicated , this book should be read to see if a solicitor should be consulted.


Law Without a Lawyer: New and Revised Edition

By Fenton Bresler

London: Century, 2000 Some mild reading creases to spine, otherwise fine. The law is increasingly part of our everyday lives yet lawyers' fees are high and rising. The second edition of this valuable guide gives indispensable information to anyone faced with common legal problems, such as: redundancy and unfair dismissal; landlord and tenant disputes; living together; getting divorced; custody battles; sex discrimination and sexual harassment; trouble with neighbours; pets and other animals; holiday lets, lodgers and squatters; motoring law; holidays; sport; shopping; wills and intestacy.