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STATE OF CALIFORNIA
A Reference Book Showing the Laws of California for
Daily Use in Business Affairs
Revised and Enlarged
By A. J. BLEDSOE
1891, 1893, 1895
The ninth edition of my business law book is now offered to the public. The work is enlarged from 675 to 1021 pages; several new and important subjects are added, including “Trust Deeds," "Taxes and Tax Titles," "Guaranty of Accounts," "Powers of Attorney," and "Automobile Law of California."
The new matter added to the book is all of great importance, and the old subjects have been revised to date.
The success of the preceding eight editions of this work has been phenomenal, so much so that I may claim “Business Law for Business Men” is now a standard work, and worthy of a prominent place in any library. The work of keeping the book up to date by printed slips will be continued in the future, for the same yearly charge of one dollar, and these slips can be used for the ninth edition by old subscribers who purchase the new book.
There is every reason to believe that the new edition will meet with equal favor with those of the past, for which favorable reception by the public I wish to express my continued and sincere appreciation.
My experience and observation during a busy life in the practice of law have served to demonstrate to me that much vexatious and expensive controversy, arising from a lack of knowledge of the laws of the State on matters of everyday business, might be avoided, if business men had the means of ascertaining at the moment what their rights and liabilities would be.
Men usually go to a lawyer after a controversy has occurred, and seek a lawyer's advice, not to keep out of trouble, but to be extricated from it. The plan of this work is to so arrange and illustrate the laws of California pertaining to ordinary business affairs, and rights and obligations in many relations of life, that a busy man can turn immediately to the page and section and find the information he needs, before assuming a liability himself on attempting to enforce a right against others.
A. J. BLEDSOE.