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Readership: Solicitors, barristers, licensed conveyancers, legal executives and other practitioners working in the conveyancing and property law areas. Students studying property law or conveyancing on undergraduate and vocational law courses.
Robert M. Abbey, Solicitor, Director of Legal Practice, University of Westminster, and Mark B Richards, Solicitor, Senior Lecturer in Law, University of Westminster
"Each chapter contains a useful checklist of key points for the practitioner, giving a quick overview of the most important reforms and issues for that particular topic." - Practical Law for Companies
"Review from other book by this author 'The experience and authority of the authors is manifested throughout, in design, content, and presentation ... well thought out, straightforward, practical [A Practical Approach to Commercial Conveyancing and Property succeeds] in discussing difficult concepts and detailed rules and procedure in a clear and authoritative manner.'
The Law Teacher"
1: Summary of the Act
2: First Registration
3: Dispositions of registered land
4: Notices, restrictions and charges
5: Registration generally
6: Special cases
8: Adverse possession in registered land
9: Land Registry administration and practice
11: Other matters
12: Schedules to the Act
APP The Land Registration Act 2002