Conveyancing Manual Queensland eSub

Conveyancing Manual Queensland eSub

By Sharon Christensen

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Date: 15/12/2015

Code: 41819734

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The author Sharon Christensen is the Gadens Professor in Property Law at the Queensland University of Technology and a consultant to Gadens Lawyers in Brisbane, so subscribers benefit from her experience as an academic and a practitioner. Hence, this is a practical step-by-step manual which is a core reference for conveyancing practitioners in Queensland.

Conveyancing Manual Queensland covers procedural information, hints, tips, checklists and precedents and includes formation of contracts, searches, vendor and purchaser obligations, completion and registration and the relevant parts of the Property Occupations Act 2014 and related legislation.

Commentary on important reported and unreported decisions, legislative developments, e-Conveyancing, as well as the inclusion of Recommended Reading listing relevant journal articles, further assists the subscriber in keeping up-to-date with developments in conveyancing.

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