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Emmet and Farrand on Title
Emmet and Farrand on Title
Number of volumes: 3
Practice Area:  Conveyancing
ISBN:  9780851211480
Subscription Information: 4 releases a year, Non-Subscribable Product
Format:  Looseleaf
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Providing detailed coverage of all aspects of residential and commercial property transactions, Emmet and Farrand on Title:
  • Covers every stage of the conveyancing process in meticulous detail, from enquiries before contract through to completion, and deals with issues such as remedies for breach of contract, mortgages and planning
  • Includes exhaustive documentation on case law, statutory provisions and Land Registry documentation
  • Deals with residential and commercial sales, leasehold transactions and mortgages, and all other issues likely to arise in property transactions
  • Offers advice on remedies following breakdown of property transactions
  • Aids problem-solving or clarifying points of law (cited in the High Court decision of United Bank of Kuwait v Sahib where conveyancers ignorant of Emmet and Farrand’s interpretation of the law on equitable charges by deposit were held to be negligent)
  • Provides in-depth practical discussion of the difficulties you might face and their implications
  • Comes with a free bulletin service highlighting imminent changes in the law and providing critical commentary on recent developments
  • Matters before contract
  • The contract
  • Mistake
  • Misrepresentation, misdescription and non-disclosure
  • Deduction and investigation of title
  • Position pending completion
  • Remedies for breach of contract
  • Completion
  • Registration of title
  • Protection by registration
  • Parties to deeds
  • Form, commencement and date of deed
  • Recitals
  • Consideration and receipts
  • Covenants for title
  • Description of land (parcels)
  • Estates conveyed (hebendum)
  • Covenants
  • Execution of deeds
  • Custody and production of deeds
  • Trust of land
  • Settled land
  • Rent charges
  • Mortgages
  • Leases: general
  • Business and agricultural lettings
  • Capital gains tax and income tax
  • Stamps, VAT and inheritance tax
  • Planning and compulsory acquisition

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