Conveyancing is designed for trainee solicitors studying applied land law on the Professional Practice Course in Ireland, and will also be of benefit to practitioners. The manual offers complete coverage of all the knowledge needed when practising conveyancing, including the legal concept of property, and the protection, acquisition and movement of proprietary interests. Featuring updated sample documentation and precedents illustrating the procedural aspects of conveyancing, this sixth edition has been fully revised to cover legislative changes, new practice directions, developments in property registration and changes in taxation. References are also included to forthcoming reforms. The principles of conveyancing practice are clearly explained, making the book an essential reference for both trainees and practitioners in the field.
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1 Introduction to Conveyancing and Systems of Registration
2 Steps in a Conveyancing Transaction
5 Investigation of Title
6 Contract for Sale
7 The Family Home the Shared Home and Cohabiting Couples
12 New Houses
13 First Registration
14 Dealings with Registered Land
15 Requisitions on Title
16 Conveyancing and Taxation
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