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Conveyancing law handbook / Nicholas Drake ... [et al.].

Contributor(s): Drake, Nicholas (Nicholas Paul) | CCH New Zealand Limited.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Auckland [N.Z.] : CCH New Zealand, 2011.Copyright date: ©2011Edition: Ed. 4.Description: xxv, 431 p. ; 23 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780864758521Subject(s): Conveyancing -- New Zealand | Vendors and purchasers -- New ZealandOnline resources: Click here to access this resource online.
Contents:
Foreword -- Part one: Property law principles (1. The legal environment for conveyancing ; 2. The land transfer system ; 3. Types of title ; 4. Common documents and memorials ; 5. Co-ownership ; 6. Mortgages and guarantees ; 7. Residential tenancies ; 8. Insurance ; 9. Goods and service tax ; 10. Real estate agents).
Part two: Property law procedures (11. The standard agreement for sale and purchase ; 12. Inception and early procedure ; 13. Deposits ; 14. Contingent conditions ; 15. Pre-settlement ; 16. Settlement ; 17. Post-settlement).
Part three: Relationship property (18. Property (Relationships) Act 1976) -- Part four: Electronic registration (19. Electronic registration) -- Appendices (1: Tips for drafting ; 2: Conveyancing disputes).
Summary: "The Conveyancing Law Handbook is a first point of reference for legal executives and solicitors in practice to assist in the day-to-day procedures of conveyancing. Easy to read and using examples, charts and tables, this book is also an invaluable resource for law students and all those applying or studying land law. It clearly and concisely combines theory with explanations on the practice of conveyancing. The latest edition has been completely revised to incorporate all changes to land law that have taken place since the 2007 edition. The book covers: basic property law principles; the land transfer system; types of title; common documents; co-ownership; mortgages and guarantees; residential tenancies; insurance; GST; the role of real estate agents; the Landonline title system; the Property (Relationships) Act 1976"--Publisher's description.General note: Previous ed.: 2007.
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Previous ed.: 2007.

Includes bibliographical references (p. [401]-408) and index.

Foreword -- Part one: Property law principles (1. The legal environment for conveyancing ; 2. The land transfer system ; 3. Types of title ; 4. Common documents and memorials ; 5. Co-ownership ; 6. Mortgages and guarantees ; 7. Residential tenancies ; 8. Insurance ; 9. Goods and service tax ; 10. Real estate agents).

Part two: Property law procedures (11. The standard agreement for sale and purchase ; 12. Inception and early procedure ; 13. Deposits ; 14. Contingent conditions ; 15. Pre-settlement ; 16. Settlement ; 17. Post-settlement).

Part three: Relationship property (18. Property (Relationships) Act 1976) -- Part four: Electronic registration (19. Electronic registration) -- Appendices (1: Tips for drafting ; 2: Conveyancing disputes).

"The Conveyancing Law Handbook is a first point of reference for legal executives and solicitors in practice to assist in the day-to-day procedures of conveyancing. Easy to read and using examples, charts and tables, this book is also an invaluable resource for law students and all those applying or studying land law. It clearly and concisely combines theory with explanations on the practice of conveyancing. The latest edition has been completely revised to incorporate all changes to land law that have taken place since the 2007 edition. The book covers: basic property law principles; the land transfer system; types of title; common documents; co-ownership; mortgages and guarantees; residential tenancies; insurance; GST; the role of real estate agents; the Landonline title system; the Property (Relationships) Act 1976"--Publisher's description.

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