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Clarke on Commonhold Law, Practice and Precedents Looseleaf

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ISBN13: 9780853087755
ISBN: 085308775X
Published: November 2004
Publisher: LexisNexis Butterworths
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Looseleaf + CD-ROM
Price: Out of print
Subscription Type: Pay-as-you-go

Clarke on Commonhold: Law, Practice and Precedents is a comprehensive looseleaf service for all property practitioners, providing full guidance on how to set up, convert to or purchase commonholds.

The authoritative team of contributors combine academic analysis of this major development in the law with experience of the practical concerns of clients and the knowledge to resolve them.

The looseleaf format enables new and revised material to be added, keeping you fully up-to-date with the latest rules, regulations and developments, so you can be sure you have access to a completely reliable source.

This authoritative work includes an exhaustive and fully up-to-date commentary of the Act, precedents and regulations and contains step-by-step guides, an extensive set of precedents, checklists and all the relevant legislation.

The work is accompanied by a free CD-ROM containing all the precedents.

Subscription Information: updating releases charged separately on publication.

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Table of Cases
Table of Statutes
Table of Statutory Instruments
Table of International Conventions and EC Legislation

Part 1 Principles and Policy
Chapter 1 The Rationale
Chapter 2 The Nature of Commonhold
Chapter 3 Commonhold – A Preliminary Assessment

Part 2 Preparing for a Commonhold

Chapter 4 Pre-registration Issues
Chapter 5 The Commonhold Land
Chapter 6 The Commonhold Association
Chapter 7 The Commonhold Community Statement
Chapter 8 Developers and Development Rights
Chapter 9 Consents to Registration

Part 3 Creating and Registering an Estate in Commonhold Land
Chapter 10 The Registration Procedure
Chapter 11 Registration Issues Relating to New Commonhold Developments
Chapter 12 Registration Issues Relating to Conversions to Commonhold
Chapter 13 Issues Arising on Activation of the Commonhold

Part 4 The Commonhold Unit
Chapter 14 The Commonhold Unit and Unit-holders
Chapter 15 Dealings with a Commonhold Unit

Part 5 Operation and Management of a Commonhold
Chapter 16 Operation and Management of the Commonhold
Chapter 17 The Finance of the Commonhold
Chapter 18 Changes to the Commonhold and the Amendment of the CCS

Part 6 Commonhold Relationships and Resolution of Disputes
Chapter 19 Dispute Resolution
Chapter 20 Commonhold and the General Law

Part 7 Termination of a Commonhold
Chapter 21 Errors that May Lead to Termination
Chapter 22 Winding Up
Chapter 23 Compulsory Purchase
Part 8 Statutory Materials
Chapter 24 Commonhold and Leasehold Reform Act 2002
Commonhold and Leasehold Reform Act 2002 (Commencement No 3) Order 2003, SI 2003/2377
Commonhold and Leasehold Reform Act 2002 (Commencement No 4) Order 2004, SI 2004/1832
Commonhold Regulations 2004, SI 2004/1829
Commonhold (Land Registration) Rules 2004, SI 2004/1830

Part 9 Non-Statutory Government Guidance
Chapter 25 Commonhold: Non Statutory Guidance on the Commonhold Regulations 2004, July 2004
Guidance on the Drafting of a Commonhold Community Statement including Specimen Local Rules
Land Registry Practice Guide 60

Part 10 Precedents
Chapter 26 Checklists
Scenario 1 – Commonhold residential block scenario
Scenario 2 – Commonhold industrial estate scenario
Specimen Local Rules
Miscellaneous Forms

Part 11 Commonhold Consultation Paper and Analysis
Chapter 27 A Lord Chancellor’s Department Consultation Paper – Commonhold Proposals for Commonhold Regulations, October 2002
Analysis of the Responses to an LCD Consultation Paper ‘Proposals for Commonhold Regulations’, October 2002

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