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Property Law Handbook by Robert Abbey
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Property Law Handbook

by Robert Abbey

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0199233896, Paperback)

This reputable author team draw on their extensive experience in legal practice in the Property Law Handbook, designed specifically for use on the Legal Practice Course, and covering both commercial and residential conveyancing transactions. Through the use of realistic case studies, fully supported by online documentation, the text equips students with not only a thorough grounding in the subject, but actively encourages students to develop the essential practical skills they will use throughout their legal careers.

Written in a lively and highly accessible manner, diagrams, flowcharts and examples are used throughout to clearly explain complex legal processes. Located at the end of each chapter, summaries of key points provide a useful checklist of essential points of which students should be aware following their reading. Professional conduct issues are highlighted throughout so students are aware of the pitfalls which may await them in practice, while self-test and revision style questions provide students with an ideal opportunity to test their knowledge and identify gaps in their learning where further study is required. Each chapter ends with a list of wider reading and web links which direct students to relevant further information encouraging further exploration of the subject.

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This innovative and freely accessible Online Resource Centre offers invaluable support to students throughout their study of property law. Updates allow students to keep fully abreast of major legal changes in this dynamic area of the law, while problem style questions provide students with a further opportunity to practice applying their knowledge to practical scenarios. The case studies contained in the text are accompanied by online example documentation highlighting what a typical solicitor's file should look like, and provides examples of the forms and procedures which will be encountered in practice.

Lecturers are further able to test student understanding of the subject through the use of an interactive test bank of multiple choice questions, and can track students' progress throughout the course.

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