Residential Property Practice: An Expert Guide, 2nd edition

With both house prices and property transactions on the rise, the outlook is good for the UK’s property solicitors. In fact, 66 per cent of residential conveyancers report a rise in new business, and 44 per cent say they believe the market will continue to improve in the near future. This is not a time for complacency, however. As the market continues to evolve and technology increasingly influences both the way conveyancers work and client expectations, it is more important than ever to be fully responsive to the latest changes in law and practice, to provide your clients with the most pertinent and up-to-date advice, and to ensure that their needs remain at the heart of your practice.

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With both house prices and property transactions on the rise, the outlook is good for the UK’s property solicitors. In fact, 66 per cent of residential conveyancers report a rise in new business, and 44 per cent say they believe the market will continue to improve in the near future. This is not a time for complacency, however. As the market continues to evolve and technology increasingly influences both the way conveyancers work and client expectations, it is more important than ever to be fully responsive to the latest changes in law and practice, to provide your clients with the most pertinent and up-to-date advice, and to ensure that their needs remain at the heart of your practice.

 

Through a series of practical and insightful articles from a range of well-respected experts and practitioners, this essential guide provides an overview of the latest developments in residential property law and practice and highlights the key points practitioners should take note of. The book also provides practical, actionable advice to ensure you comply with the SRA’s expectations, provide outstanding client care, and secure referrals and repeat custom.

 

 

 

Contents

What makes this book so useful:

 

  • This is a multi-contributor report which draws on the experience of a range of well-respected experts and practitioners.
  • Each contributor focuses in detail on a current issue and provides practical, actionable advice.
  • It is designed as a quick reference guide for residential property teams to refer to ensure they are able to provide the most up-to-date, pertinent advice for their clients.
  • The articles provide updates on recent legislative changes and significant case law, and provide advice on key topics of interest to residential property lawyers, including landlord and tenant law, shared ownership leases, property disputes, conveyancing fees, compliance, and marketing and business development.

 

Authors

Multiple expert contributors
Eddie Goldsmith, Goldsmith Williams, chairman of the Conveyancing Association Belinda Walkinshaw, SA Law Paul Hajek, Clutton Cox Rebecca Cattermole, Tanfield Chambers David Smith, Anthony Gold Doug McPherson, Size 10 1/2 Boots Tracey Calvert, Oakalls Consultancy Ltd John Coulter, Medway Law Ben Harris, TM Group Jon Basudev, WTB Solictors Sarah Benbow, Hardwicke Chambers David Keighley  Herrington Carmichael

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