Drafting is a skill that lawyers must constantly develop and refine, particularly those in commercial practice who draft increasingly complex agreements. This important new book provides comprehensive guidelines in a difficult area. It is a practical work, offering solutions to questions of law or interpretation that busy practitioners have little time to resolve. Its straightforward style should appeal both to newly-qualified solicitors and to more experienced practitioners. Students taking the Law Society's Legal Practice Course should also find much of value in its contents.