Provides practical solutions to everyday problems encountered by conveyancing practitioners. This book offers coverage of VAT, information on the Home Information Packs, considers the impact of the Civil Partnership Act 2004, and examines the impact of Bowman v Fells in relation to reporting suspected money laundering.
A Practical Approach to Conveyancing takes a pragmatic, rather than academic, approach to conveyancing. It provides practical solutions to everyday problems encountered by conveyancing practitioners. This eighth edition contains precedent documents, clauses, and forms that provide the blueprint for highly effective procedural structures. Checklists and key point summaries have been added throughout the text to make the style more accessible. The eighth edition offers increased coverage of VAT, information on the new Home Information Packs, considers the impact of the Civil Partnership Act 2004 and examines the impact of Bowman v Fells in relation to reporting suspected money laundering. Detailed explanations of the law are accompanied by 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. A new paragraph numbering system allows lecturers to highlight better the most relevant parts of the text and a slightly increased page size ensures students have room to write notes in the margin.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. Online Resource Centre The Online Resource Centre features additional information on commercial conveyancing,including an note on the new Law Society's Code of Conduct, specimen forms, and links to useful websites. A test bank of questions allows lecturers to test their students' understanding of the topics covered in the book.