17 JULY 1915, Page 22

For the benefit of those who want to avoid as

much as possible the necessity for obtaining legal advice in the course of their daily business, Mr. H. C. Emery has prepared a book of Forms and Precedents for Common Use (Effingham Wilson, 5s. net). Specimen forms are printed in it which are intended to meet all the emergencies which most commonly induce the layman to seek a lawyer's help in drawing up such documents as, for example, promissory notes, leases, or wills,