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Greens Property Law Bulletin

Greens Property Law Bulletin
Practice Area: Conveyancing, Scottish Law
ISSN: 0967-2516
Published by: W. Green
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"A Practitioner can skim through the bulletin fairly rapidly and pick out all the points which interest him or her. If there is a problem with elucidation, the editors will approach a suitable person for a contribution which will deal with it in a concise and practical manner."
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Greens Property Law Bulletin is a bi-monthly journal dealing with all aspects of property law affecting Scottish legal professionals. Alongside key articles there is a regular case in brief column and an English property law update.

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