Drafting Legal Documents: Principles and Practices

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West Pub., 1992 - Law - 432 pages
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This edition is designed to accommodate either a focus on individual documents one at a time or a focus on transferable skills. Revised and expanded chapters on the skills of using clients and documents as resources; drafting with flexible language; avoiding inadvertent ambiguity; defining terms and naming concepts; and making stylistic choices.

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Contents

Using Official and Unofficial Pleading FormsContinued
10
Motions
59
Checklist for Drafting Motions
80
Copyright

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