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John Indermaur

John Indermaur (24 November 1851 – 19 July 1925) was a British lawyer and legal writer. His writing focus was on common law and he is known for having written An Epitome of Leading Common Law Cases in 1875,[1] Principles of Common Law in 1876, and The Student's Guide to Trusts and Partnerships in 1885.[2][3] Indermaur qualified as a solicitor in 1874. He and his law partner, Charles Thwaites, had a law firm on Chancery Lane in the City of London and began teaching and writing about law together in 1884.[4] Other legal works written by Indermaur include A Manual of the Principals of Equity, The Student's Guide to Procedure and Evidence, and Principals and Practice in Matters Appertaining to Conveyancing.[4]

Personal life

He was born on November 24, 1851 in Lyncombe, Bath to John George Indermaur and Mary Staple. His father's family, the In der Maur, descended from Switzerland. He was married to Jessie Margaret Dickson. He died on 19 July 1925 in Camberwell House in Surrey, England.

References

  1. ^ JOHN INDERMAUR (29 June 1875). "AN EPITOME OF LEADING COMMON LAW CASES" – via Internet Archive.
  2. ^ "The student's guide to specific performance and mortgages, two of the equity subjects at the bar final examination". archive.org.
  3. ^ L, T. E. "Principles of the Common Law. Originally written by IndermaurJohn. Completely re-written and much enlarged by WilshereA. M., M.A., LL.B., of Gray's Inn and the Western Circuit, Barrister-at-Law, Third edition. London: Sweet & Maxwell, Ltd. 1932. lxvi and 847 pp. (30s. net.)". The Cambridge Law Journal. 4 (3): 421–421. doi:10.1017/S0008197300132489 – via Cambridge Core.
  4. ^ a b "Law Times, the Journal and Record of the Law and Lawyers". Office of The Law times. 29 June 2017 – via Google Books.

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