Property Law 2020-2021

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Oxford University Press, Jun 25, 2020 - 384 pages
Property Law combines accessible overviews of the conveyancing procedure with a pragmatic approach. Enhanced by realistic case studies, examples, and professional conduct points throughout, this text equips the reader with the knowledge and skills required to conduct conveyancing transactions in practice.
 

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Contents

Introduction
1
Important principles of land law
3
An outline of a conveyancing transaction
17
Taking instructions and other initial matters
23
The draft contract
45
Precontract searches and enquiries
58
Town and country planning
77
Deducing and investigating title
87
New properties
224
Commercial conveyancing
233
Landlord and Tenant Act 1954 Part II
258
Assessment guidance
293
Additional chapter
301
Specimen Land Registry official copy entries and the title plan
302
Standard Conditions of Sale 5th edition2018 Revision National Conditions of Sale 25th edition Law Societys Conditions of Sale 2011 ...
305
Example Contract for Sale of Residential Property Incorporating Standard Conditions of Sale 5th edition2018 Revision ...
315

Mortgages
100
Exchange of contracts
118
The purchase deed
138
Precompletion procedures
147
Completion
164
Postcompletion procedures
175
Delays and remedies
192
Leaseholds
205
Property Information Form 3rd edition
317
The Law Society Conveyancing Protocol
318
The UK Finance Mortgage Lenders Handbook for England and Wales Part 1
319
Law Societys formulae for exchanging contracts by telephone
320
TR1
321
Index
325
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About the author (2020)

Mark Richards is a Solicitor and Visiting Lecturer in Law at the University of Westminster. He has previous experience as a partner in a central London solicitors' firm specializing in all aspects of property law.Robert Abbey is a Judge of the First-tier Tribunal (Property Chamber) and former Professor of Legal Education and Practice at the University of Westminster. He is the former Deputy Adjudicator to HM Land Registry, and former Chief External Examiner in property law and practice for the Solicitor's Regulation Authority.

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