Notable Textbooks on Conveyancing
When it comes to business and law, it is always a good idea to stay up to date. It is also wise to make sure that you know your basics very well. For conveyancing students and aspiring lawyers, it is a great challenge to remember all the dates and as well as various laws and clauses. As there are a huge number of texts available for law and business, it can be frustrating when searching for good books on conveyancing. However, this article brings you the best, up to date versions of conveyancing books that are ideal for students and practitioners alike.
- Professor Mcdonald’s Conveyancing Manual by David Brand, Andrew Steven and Scott Wortley:
“Professor McDonald’s Conveyancing Manual” is not only a well-established textbook for LLB and Diploma students but also an essential source of reference for practitioners. It uses clear and concise language to explain all the steps to conveyancing goes into great detail about property law. This text is comprehensive and covers all aspects about the conveyancing business, making it a must have textbook for students and new practitioners alike.
- The Companion to Property Law and Practice:
A Guide to Assessment by Robert Abbey and Mark Richards: According to bookdepository.com, “This Companion to the LPC has been designed to help students through the demanding subject of Property Law & Practice. It provides a clear and logical progression through the main problems arising in a conveyancing transaction, culminating in an examination of the process as a whole. Straddling commercial and high-street approaches to the subject, it offers full coverage of all the elements of freehold common hold, leasehold, and commercial conveyancing processes. Looking in detail at specific topics it uses charts, illustrations, and boxed inserts to clarify any particular points of difficulty and to consolidate students’ knowledge. It offers guidance on good assessment practice, as well as containing a number of multiple-choice, short answer and transactional questions. It contains full reference to relevant web sites and wider reading especially from practitioner texts and incorporates relevant and appropriate elements of both skills and pervasive subjects (e.g. writing and drafting), as well as highlighting a number of important professional conduct matters. COMPANION WEB SITE This title features a Online Resource Centre specifically created to work alongside the text; providing an up-to-date and comprehensive resource for students and lecturers.”
- Conveyancing Checklists by Frances Silverman:
According to the Law Society, this is an excellent book. Refining conveyancing procedures can save valuable time and money and so contribute towards a profitable practice. Using checklists is a reliable method of ensuring that all the necessary steps in a transaction have been successfully fulfilled, in order, and to deadline.
Conveyancing Checklists provides a comprehensive range of checklists that follow the steps of a transaction. All of the checklists are reproduced on an accompanying FREE CD-ROM so they can be adapted to suit your practice and case management system.
- Complex Conveyancing by Law Society of Ireland:
Complex Conveyancing is written both for the guidance of trainee solicitors attending the Law Society of Ireland’s Law School and conveyancing practitioners who wish to revisit complex areas of conveyancing, property and landlord and tenant law. The topics covered include complex unregistered titles: land registration and complex dealings in the Land Registry; voluntary deeds and ethical issues; farm conveyancing; property held by religious orders; the impact of the food hygiene and safety, health and welfare at work legislation on conveyancing practice; full repairing and insuring leases; companies and commercial lending; acting for a builder or developer; new and second hand apartments; mixed residential developments; mixed developments and international property. Finally, this text gives an overview of some tax issues arising on the sale or purchase of investment property.
With these texts, you can easily cover all the basics and improve your knowledge and skills on conveyancing and property law.