Landlord and tenant -- England -- Cumberland -- Early works to 1800. : A True representation of the state of the bordering customary tenants in the north, under an oppressing landlord; [electronic resource] : humbly tendered to His Highness the Lord Protector of the Common-wealth of England, Scotland, and Ireland, and the dominions thereunto belonging, by their petitions following.
Landlord and tenant -- England -- Leicestershire -- Early works to 1800. : The subsequent account of what passed lately at Lubenham Lodge, in Leicestershire, an estate belonging to Benjamin Kidney, Esq. has many circumstances in it deeply interesting to every gentleman of landed property - Mr. Kidney, therefore, thinks it but just to print and publish the particulars, that every gentleman may be put upon his guard against the machinations of a most abandoned gang of land swindlers who are numerous, whose deep laid schemes have been too successful already for want of spirit and resolution to resist them [electronic resource].
Landlord and tenant -- England -- Oxfordshire -- Early works to 1800. : The case of Mr. Thomas Wise, against whom a complaint has been made by William Hucks, Esq., (a member of Parliament) for a breach of privilege, in having forcibly entred upon a coppice in the Parish of Ewelme, in the county of Oxon and lopped several trees, part of the possessions of the said William Hucks [electronic resource].
Landlord and tenant -- European Union countries. : Tenancy law and housing policy in Europe : towards regulatory equilibrium / edited by Christoph U. Schmid (Director of the Centre of European Law and Politics (ZERP), Bremen University, Germany).
Landlord and tenant -- Great Britain -- Political aspects. : Considerations on the question, whether tenants by copy of court roll according to the custom of the manor, though not at the will of the lord, are freeholders qualified to vote in elections for knights of the shire [electronic resource].
Landlord and tenant -- Ireland -- Cases. : A specimen of the evils of absenteeism : most forcibly illustrated by two trials : one in Monaghan, at the summer assizes, 1832, and the latter in Carrickfergus, at the last assizes : the Rt. Hon. John Henry Upton Lord Viscount Templeton was plaintiff, in both, against two of his tenants, and defeated with costs : respectfully inscribed to the Hon. Member for Oldham / compiler, John Shaw, Jun.