The Encyclopaedia of Forms and Precedents is the UK’s most comprehensive source of precedents for (non-litigating) solicitors, covering the whole of law of England and Wales at a transactional level. It contains almost everything that both the specialist and the non-specialist lawyer (in non-contentious fields) is likely to need.
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EF&P comprises a set of 90+ volumes, a Consolidated Index, a Consolidated Table of Cases and Statutory Materials, Form Finder and regular looseleaf updating.
Contributed by leading authorities in every field – solicitors, barristers, academics and members of the judiciary – it contains complete precedents, alternative clauses and official forms, together with ancillary documentation such as model letters:
- Around 19,000 forms and precedents (including those for sale of land, landlord and tenant, commercial law, wills and trusts, family law)
- Practical drafting notes to precedents
- Detailed commentary on relevant law and practice
- Checklists, procedural tables and guidance on land registration, stamp duty, and taxation
EF&P is updated on a rolling basis via an efficient looseleaf servicing throughout the year in response to changes in practice and the law, ensuring you always have the latest information at your fingertips. Each release may include a complete rewrite of material in a single title, including commentary and precedents, amended precedents only or information notes highlighting forthcoming changes.
New titles are also added on a regular basis to keep pace with changes to the law.
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The Encyclopaedia of Forms and Precedents is fully indexed and cross-referenced and contains concise commentaries on the law, practical checklists and procedural tables.
It can be searched and browsed, and links to other sources. With EF&P, you can also:
- edit a Word version of a document
- download a document to PDF, text or HTML
- email a document
- print a document