Conveyancing Law and Practice

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Taylor & Francis Group, 1996 - Law - 556 pages
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This work aims to set the substantive law of conveyancing in the context of practical conveyancing transactions and procedures. In line with the philosophy of the Law Society's Legal Practice Course, the book expounds the law using the vehicle of a series of imaginary conveyancing transactions in an imaginary law firm, differentiating between good and bad prctices and procedures. The book includes examples of conveyancing letters and documents, imaginary interviews, relevant professional conduct and financial and tax aspects of conveyancing.

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