About Property Law

Property is one of the most complex areas of law. Some of it is rooted in ancient laws – but case law is constantly changing. The stakes are high, but research time is in short supply. LexisPSL Property brings all of the different sources you need together so you can find the answers you need, fast.

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Transferring property

Our transferring property topic includes a comprehensive suite of Practice Notes and Precedents, covering all aspects of the process of buying and selling land, including conditional contracts and contracts entered into by insolvency practitioners.

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Leasing property

Leases of commercial property continue to be the staple of many property lawyers, although the coronavirus pandemic has precipitated certain changes to the terms acceptable to landlords and tenants. We have taken those changes into account by publishing a suite of precedent Pandemic lease clauses and precedent short form leases.

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Property development

This is a specialised and complex area of property law and we have a broad range of Practice Notes and Precedents. Our property development topic is structured in a logical way—starting with site acquisition and vacant possession, and then moving through structuring a development project, overage and rights of light.

About Property Law

Our succinct practice notes are designed to be read in six minutes or less. They’re full of practical hints and tips from practising property lawyers (who understand what you need to know and do, because they’ve been in your position before). With direct links for deeper research, you can dive straight in to the relevant cases and consolidated legislation (including Butterworths Property Law Handbook, Ross Commercial Leases, Hillman and Redman’s Law of Landlord and Tenant and everything in Lexis®Library). Regular news reports let you stay on top of what’s happening in the law and the industry.

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