A Practical Approach to Commercial Conveyancing and Property

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OUP Oxford, Mar 5, 2009 - Law - 503 pages
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The A Practical Approach series is the perfect partner for practice work. Each title focuses on one field of the law and provides a comprehensive overview of the subject together with clear, practical advice and tips on issues likely to arise in practice. The books are also an excellent resource for those new to the law, where the expert overview and clear layout promotes clarity and ease of understanding.Now in its fourth edition, A Practical Approach to Commercial Conveyancing and Property serves as an accessible guide through the complex and diverse area of commercial conveyancing and property. Practical solutions are given to many of the more commonplace difficulties encountered, together with helpful diagrams explaining some of the intricacies involved. Checklists are provided as models of procedure, and easily followed precedent clauses and forms are supplied.This edition has been updated to provide comprehensive coverage of all the legislative changes to commercial property law since the publication of the last edition in February 2006. Significant changes covered in the book include: the code for Leasing Business Premises in England and Wales (2007 code), the RICS code of Practice on Service Charges in Commerical Property, and all recent significant case law such as Scottish & Newcastle v Raduz (2007).

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Professor Robert Abbey, solicitor, is Director of Legal Practice at the University of Westminster. He has been involved in the Legal Practice Course since its introduction in 1993. He is the Law Society's Chief External Examiner in Property Law and Practice, and was previously a partner with central London firm Russell Jones and Walker Solicitors.
Mark Richards, solicitor, has taught conveyancing since 1993 as well as the LPC elective for Commercial Property and is Senior Lecturer in Law at the University of Westminster. He was previously a partner in central London commercial property firm Hamlin Slowe.

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