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Matrimonial Conveyancing 10th ed


ISBN13: 9780414043138
Previous Edition ISBN: 9780421950405
Published: December 2010
Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell Ltd
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback & CD-ROM
Price: £119.00 + £2.38 VAT



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An essential reference covering all the procedures involved with conveyancing a former matrimonial home. The highly respected work provides expert information for both conveyancing practitioners and family law specialists, providing an easy, CD reference to forms and precedents that can be utilised and adapted to meet the particular situations.

The new 10th edition has been completely updated to reflect a raft of case law and legislative developments, Matrimonial Conveyancing:-

  • Updates all precedents and all related commentary through the Land Registration (Amendment) Rules 2008, which replaced all HMLR forms
  • Includes the New Land Registration Fee Order which came into effect in July 2009 and directly impacts on all transactions
  • Covers issues around joint ownership for unmarried couples in greater detail, in light of legal developments in cohabitation law, particularly following Stack v Dowden
  • Reflects the evolution of Stamp Duty Land Tax
  • Provides updated commentary on relief and mortgage debts

Subjects:
Conveyancing, Family Law
Contents:
General Principles.
The Tax Aspects.
Home in Sole Name of One Party Transfer to Other.
House in Joint Names Transfer to Sole Name.
Transfer of Ex-partner's Interest to New Partner.
House to be Held on Certain Terms and Conditions.
Deferred Charges and Adjustments Between Both Parties of their Interests.
Reluctance by Transferring Party to Execute Transfer or Mortgage.
Life Policy Collateral to the Mortgage on the Home.
The Insolvent Transferor.
Transfer to Surviving Party from Deceased Party's Estate.