Abbey, Robert M. and Richards, Mark B. (2008) A practical approach to conveyancing. 10th edition. Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK. ISBN 9780199542529
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Drawing on the authors' own experiences in legal practice, which together spans over 50 years, A Practical Approach to Conveyancing offers a detailed exposition of the key principles and procedures of both residential and commercial conveyancing. Following the progress of a typical conveyancing transaction from first receiving instructions and undertaking pre-contract searches and enquiries right through to completion, the book seeks to offer the reader practical guidance on each stage of the transaction and provides practical solutions to common problems which may arise during the conveyancing process. Each topic is accompanied by relevant sample documentation, clauses and forms throughout which are designed to familiarize the reader with the documentation which will be encountered in practice. Additional learning support is provided by key point summaries and practical checklists, and the book also features a number of practical suggestions to help save time and money. The book has established itself as a core text on the Legal Practice Course for students wishing to have a more applied overview of property law and practice. The book is also essential reading for solicitors, their support staff, trainee solicitors, licensed conveyancers, legal executives and others involved or interested in the conveyancing process.
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