Martin's Practice of Conveyancing: With Forms of Assurances (Classic Reprint)
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Excerpt from Martin's Practice of Conveyancing: With Forms of Assurances
The different classes and parts of legal instru object ofthe ments, according to their technical divisions, and the rules of law which apply to them, are discussed in a different part of this work (vol. 1. Books 2 and but it has been deemed expedient to prefix to this part some account of the rules by which the drafts man ought to be guided in the framing of legal in struments, because a right comprehension of these rules is necessary, in order to use, with advantage, the precedents which follow. The subsequent oh servations assume, that the reader has acquired, from the ordinary sources, a competent knowledge of law; as it is in vain for any one to hope to be come a skilful draftsman unless he is tolerably ac quainted with the law, so far as it is connected with conveyancing. Without a fair knowledge of the law, of course he can only copy from what others have done before him, and is exposed, at every step, to the danger of falling into errors, the existence of which he cannot perceive.
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