Journals Higher Education

$50.00

Paperback

Published: 27 August 2019

368 Pages

11.5 x 8.1 inches

ISBN: 9780198838531


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Property Law 2019-2020

Twelfth Edition

Robert Abbey and Mark Richards

Legal Practice Course Manuals

  • Offering full coverage of both residential and commercial conveyancing transactions, the book combines overviews of key topics with highly practical guidance
  • Realistic case studies, fully supported by online sample documentation, contextualize learning by charting the progress of a typical conveyancing transaction from beginning to end, familiarizing the reader with the documents and processes they will encounter in practice
  • Self-test questions and short revision questions, located at the end of chapters and divided into residential and commercial conveyancing, support independent study and provide an opportunity for the reader to assess their knowledge
  • Conduct point boxes clearly highlight situations where an awareness of professional conduct principles is essential, and offers advice for the practising solicitor
  • Key point summaries provide a useful checklist to ensure all essential points of a topic have been understood, while references to further reading and useful websites encourage independent exploration of the subject
  • A dedicated chapter on assessment advice helps students tackle examinations with confidence
  • Accompanying online resources offer additional study support, including case study documentation linked to the case studies contained in the book, problem questions and answer guidance, two interactive timelines covering both residential and commercial conveyancing, an additional chapter on commonhold, and multiple choice questions
  • Access to a digital version of this book comes with every purchase to enable a more flexible learning experience - 12 months' access to this title on Law Trove will be available from 15 July 2019. Access must be redeemed by 30 June 2019
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