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Emmet and Farrand on Title

Emmet and Farrand on Title
Number of volumes: 3
Practice Area:  Conveyancing
ISBN:  9780851211480
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Format:  Looseleaf
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The definitive text on residential and commercial land transactions, Emmet & Farrand on Title provides detailed analysis of the very latest legal principles, practice and procedure relating to acquisitions, mortgages and other transactions affecting freehold and leasehold titles and other proprietary land rights.
  • Covers every stage of conveyancing procedures in meticulous detail, from preliminary searches and enquiries through contract to completion and registration, and the legal and practical consequences of breakdown in property dealings
  • Provides full coverage of leasehold enfranchisement and statutory protection of business tenancies and long residential leaseholds, as well as routine transactions for selling, leasing, mortgaging and charging freehold and leasehold land.
  • Gives detailed analysis of all the latest cases, statutory material and practice directions and procedures
  • Deals with all property-related issues likely to arise in land transactions, ranging from co-ownership and trusts, planning, easements, freehold and leasehold covenants and other private and public land rights, to adverse possession, insolvency, estoppel and constructive trusts.
  • Provides in-depth discussion of the difficulties likely to arise in practice in land transactions, and their implications

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CONTENTS

  • 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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