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This handy paperback guide provides quick reference on the most radical change to land law and conveyancing since the Great Reforms of 1925. The Land Registration Act 2002 effectively rewrites how conveyancing is done. The book steers practitioners clearly through the Act itself, the details of the new regime for registered conveyancing and the practical changes to the way conveyancing should be handled. A key component of the Act is the introduction of e-conveyancing, and the implications are discussed in full, including how a typical e-conveyancing transaction might work in practice. * Provides all the information needed to ensure that conveyancing is carried out correctly under the new regime * Includes the annotated Act with a summary of the changes after each section * Covers the implications of e-conveyancing * Compact format makes it the ideal desktop guide.