|Title||A practical approach to conveyancing. 11th edition|
|Authors||Abbey, R.M. and Richards, M.B.|
Written by two leading authorities in the area with over 50 years' combined experience of legal practice, A Practical Approach to Conveyancing continues to provide a detailed, yet accessible, exposition of the key principles and procedures governing conveyancing transactions. Combining coverage of both residential and commercial conveyancing, the book guides the reader through the various stages of a typical conveyancing transaction and provides highly practical guidance on each stage, from first receiving instructions and undertaking pre-contract searches and enquiries right through to completion, enabling the reader to approach all aspects of a conveyancing transaction with confidence in practice. The pragmatic nature of the book is enhanced by the inclusion of relevant sample documentation, clauses and forms throughout ensuring that the reader is familiar with the documentation they will encounter in practice whilst key point summaries and practical checklists provide additional learning support and can be used to identify quickly the essential points relating to individual subject areas. Now in its eleventh edition, the book has firmly established itself as a core text on the Legal Practice Course for those seeking to provide their students with a highly practical and applied overview of property law and practice. This classic text is also essential reading for anyone involved in the conveyancing process, including trainee and qualified solicitors, legal executives and licensed conveyancers. Online Resource Centre A free Online Resource Centre accompanies A Practical Approach to Conveyancing and provides additional study support for students including links to specimen forms and other useful websites. For lecturers, a test bank of multiple choice questions is available and can be used as an additional teaching resource to test students' understanding of the topics covered in the book. The test bank can be uploaded to an institution's own virtual learning environment and can be fully customized to match the structure and content of individual courses. The diagrams contained in the book are also available to download for use in lecture slides or handouts.
|Keywords||Conveyancing, principles and procedures|
|Publisher||Oxford University Press|
|Place of publication||Oxford, UK|