ConveyancingENG

A complete matter management solution for lawyers, conveyancers and support staff running a busy conveyancing law practice

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Overview

A complete matter management solution for lawyers, conveyancers, and support staff running a busy conveyancing law practice.

Each step in the transaction is set out in sequential order with the required conveyancing precedents and commentary, all in one place.

The commentary covers issues that arise regularly as well as the more complex issues that arise from time to time. Topics include client due diligence, risk assessment, searches, surveys, enquiries, mortgages, lender requirements, reporting to clients, exchange of contracts, completion, tax, and registration.

Some of the most popular precedents included in this conveyancing law publication include:

  • Reservation agreement;
  • Enclosures for clients explaining the process;
  • Library of special conditions for the contract;
  • Deed of variation of rentcharge;
  • Deed of easement;
  • Deed of covenant;
  • Deed of rectification;
  • Enquiries;
  • Reports on title;
  • Notice to complete;
  • Full suite of letters to clients, estate agents, lenders and conveyancers.

The comprehensive Retainer Instructions ensures nothing is missed and the client is properly advised.

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  • Comprehensive library of legal precedents and forms


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    Overview
    “Conveyancing is the process of transferring the legal ownership of land. It is a process which is not adversarial but is necessarily investigative in nature. Once an agreement is reached between the seller and buyer as to price and terms, the legal practitioner must document and effect the ...”

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