Butterworths Property Law Service
Butterworths Property Law Service provides, in a two-volume looseleaf, a comprehensive source of reference on conveyancing.
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Why you should buy Butterworths Property Law Service
Butterworths Property Law Service provides, in a two-volume looseleaf, a comprehensive source of reference on conveyancing. It provides step-by-step guidance on each stage of a conveyancing transaction, stating the relevant law and supplying practical advice, the text of the relevant materials and documents, and all the necessary precedents.
The text looks at transactions from both the vendor's and the purchaser's point of view and contains an unrivalled wealth of precedents. These cover the drafting of legal documents and such other matters as letters, preliminary enquiries, requisitions on title, undertakings, and all the numerous forms used during a conveyancing transaction.
Two looseleaf volumes, four service issues per year (invoiced separately on publication).
Table of contents
Division I: Freehold conveyancing (unregistered and registered titles); Precedents; Division II: Existing leaseholds; Precedents; Division III: Grant of new leases - general; Precedents; Division IV: Grant of new leases - residential properties; Precedents; Division V: Grant of new leases - commercial and business properties; Precedents; Division VI: Materials;