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Gabriel Brennan, Nuala Casey
Oxford University Press, 2007 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 750 pages
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Conveyancing is designed for law students and new lawyers studying applied land law on the Irish Professional Practice Course. As the fourth edition is published at a time when major reform and modernisation of land law and conveyancing is proposed, the text has been fully revised and updated to include reference to proposed reforms, recently published bills and new legislation enacted. This includes new coverage on the Land Act 2005, the Title Act 2006 and the fundamental changes proposed by the Land and Conveyancing Law Reform Bill 2006. In two volumes, the fourth edition also features updated sample documentation and precedents to enable students to consider the procedural aspects of conveyancing. It includes complete coverage of all the essential knowledge needed when practicing conveyancing, including the legal concept of property, and the protection, acquisition and movement of proprietary interests. The principles of conveyancing practice are clearly explained, ensuring that this is an essential text for apprentices and practitioners in this field.

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Nuala Casey is a Solicitor and Lecturer at the Law Society of Ireland. Gabriel Brennan is a Solicitor, Lecturer and course co-ordinator at the Law Society of Ireland.

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