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A new edition has been published, the details can be seen here:
Matrimonial Conveyancing 10th ed isbn 9780414043138

Matrimonial Conveyancing 9th ed

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ISBN13: 9780421950405
ISBN: 0421950404
New Edition ISBN: 9780414043138
Previous Edition ISBN: 0421851201
Published: October 2006
Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell Ltd
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback & CD-ROM
Price: Out of print

This practical work explains the procedures involved in conveyancing the former matrimonial home following court proceedings or an agreement between ex-spouses. Matrimonial Conveyancing:-

  • Clarifies family law for conveyancing specialists and likewise, makes clear the conveyancing aspects for family law practitioners, to ensure you are familiar with every aspect of the transaction
  • Covers the most frequent scenarios you will face as well as more complex situations
  • Provides all current case law on co-habiting couples ensuring you are up to date with the latest developments in this ever-changing area of law
  • Offers straightforward commentary in a clear, readable style that follows a logical sequence to mirror your workflow
  • Includes precedents that can be fully adapted to accommodate different situations
  • Provides all the useful forms you need in one practical volume
  • Forms and precedents are also supplied on an accompanying CD-ROM, allowing greater flexibility and adaptability and ensures documents can be compiled quickly

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Conveyancing, Family Law
General principles
The tax aspects
Home in husband's name - transfer to other
Home in joint names: transfer to sole name
Transfer of ex-partner's interest to new partner
Home to be held on certain terms and conditions
Deferred charges and adjustment 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 spouse
Transfer to surviving party from deceased party's estate