Conveyance Works: All You Need to Know about Conveyancing in Victoria

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Hybrid Publishers, Jan 1, 2002 - 720 pages
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ConveyanceWorks is organised in ten chapters, plus an index.1. Setting the Scene An Overview2. The Groundwork Understanding Titles3. Laying the Foundations Restrictions Affecting Titles4. Filling the Cracks Non-title Restrictions5. The Brickwork Vendor Disclosure6. Lock-up Stage Contracts of Sale7. The Fit-out Between Contract and Settlement8. The Finishing Touches Adjustments9. Moving In Settlement and Beyond10. Meeting the Neighbours Stratum, Company Share and General Law Titles and Adverse PossessionA number of the chapters contain appendixes called Additions. ConveyanceWorks is an excellent conveyancing manual. It is written as a chronological explanation of a conveyancing file, from pre-contract disclosure to post-settlement stamping. It will therefore prove a valuable aid to an experienced person who may be stuck at a particular point in the process but will equally assist the inexperienced by explaining the process. It is not only a HOW TO book, but also WHY. It also has the added advantage of a bonus disk of conveyancing precedents. Russell Cocks

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