Treatise On The Mechanic’s Lien Law, Of California.(passed March 30, 1868).

BUCHAN, P.G.

Bound in original leather boards, with later cloth spine with title label on spine. Extremities worn but otherwise a good copy. Traces of embossed stamp at foot of front board.

£85.00

Publisher

H.H.Bancroft and Company.,

Place

San Francisco

Date

1868

Synopsis

With an appendix containing the various forms required under the act, together with a copy of the act, and an ample index.

Item Description

8vo. 5.5 x 8.25 inches. [2] + 113 pp. +[5] + [6] pp. adverts at end. The top of the title page has had a name torn away and repaired with the loss of the letter 'A' before 'Treatise'.

Notes

The Mechanic's Lien, a part of US law, is a security interest in the title of real estate to benefit those who have supplied labour or materials to construct or repair that property. In the state of California it is a constitutional right, implemented in detail by many statutes, of which this 1868 Act was an early example.

[Stock No. 23259]

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