Conveyancing Practice in Scotland

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Bloomsbury Publishing, Oct 31, 2011 - Law - 352 pages
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Conveyancing Practice in Scotland (formerly Handbook of Conveyancing Practice in Scotland) is a popular step-by-step guide that takes the reader through the various stages of an ordinary conveyance in chronological order. It sets out the correct procedure to be followed, reproducing letters and forms where appropriate, and highlighting potential problems, with suggestions on how best to avoid them.

This new edition is thoroughly updated to take account of developments in case law, legislation and practice and has been completely revised and restructured to bring it into line with new practical diploma.

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Euan Sinclair LLB, MBA, LLM, WSNon-practising Solicitor in Scotland and England & WalesSolicitor and Barrister in British ColumbiaBurness Paull LLP Alumnus

Ann is a solicitor in private practice and Head of Knowledge Management at Shepherd and Wedderburn LLP, where she is also a senior professional support lawyer specialising in all aspects of commercial property. In this role, she provides a comprehensive support service to the firm's Scottish commercial property lawyers, including knowledge and resource development, in-house counsel, marketing and business enhancement, and development and delivery of training. Ann's Knowledge Management role involves advising on, devising and implementing strategy for the management, development and delivery of knowledge and information in the firm, and supporting learning and development. Ann is a founder member of the award-winning Property Standardisation Group, co-author of 'Conveyancing Practice in Scotland: 6th edition' and was awarded the Professional Development Certificate in Knowledge Management from the University of Edinburgh in 2012. She is a regular presenter at external webinars and conferences.

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