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Residential Conveyancing Manual


ISBN13: 9781898899884
Published: September 2007
Publisher: Callow Publishing
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print



Residential Conveyancing Manual is a thoroughly practical guide to the domestic conveyancing process, guiding the reader expertly and confidently through the stages from first taking instructions, through to registering the transaction and other post-completion formalities. All the steps in the procedure are considered: deducing and investigating title; searches and enquiries; planning and building regulations approvals; drafting, approving and exchanging the contract; synchronising transactions in a conveyancing chain; mortgages and mortgage offers; stamp duty land tax; and pre- and post-completion routines. The chapter on leaseholds covers tricky points such as the various statutory provisions which may be in play (extension and enfranchisement of a lease, the right to buy, the right to manage). The final chapter is devoted to the special considerations applying to newly built homes. A number of useful forms and documents are reproduced in an appendix.

The sometimes difficult issues - giving and accepting undertakings, avoiding negligence, meeting time limits, recognising possible money laundering and mortgage fraud, and costs quotations - are all addressed, as is the all-important matter of keeping the client informed.

Packed with hints and tips, and useful checklists, Residential Conveyancing Manual is a wide-ranging, up-to-date manual for daily reference. It will be welcomed by all conveyancers - whether novices or old hands.

Subjects:
Conveyancing
Contents:
Introduction
Preliminary Matters
Taking Instructions
Deducing and Investigating Title
The Contract
Pre-Contract Searches and Enquiries
Planning and Building Regulations Approvals
The Mortgage Offer and Reporting to the Client
Exchange of Contracts
The Purchase Deed
Before Completion
Completion and Remedies
Stamp Duties, Land Registry Applications and Other Post-completion Procedures
Mortgages
Leaseholds
New Properties
Appendix 1: Useful addresses
Appendix 2: Forms
Index