I would recommend this book not only to practicing lawyers, domestic lawyers, judges and lawyers, but also to jurists and law students. Brett C. Shaffer, The Sublease and Assignment Deskbook: Legal Issues, Forms and Drafting Techniques This book attempts to explain all these funny phrases, for example. B for the avoidance of doubt or in normal business; it should teach the reader how to structure a contract, how to design definitions and where to place yourself; and there is discussion as to why most of the different clauses in a contract are redundant. The book also explains that witnesses are a « common law » language (and, if at all, meaningless in civil jurisdictions) and gives instructions for the elaboration of guarantees, conditions precedent, agreements and guarantees. . . .