Conveyancing 2021

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Abstract

Conveyancing 2021, the twenty-third volume in the series, offers a full and authoritative account of conveyancing law and practice in Scotland during the year 2021. As usual, the coverage includes:

- all reported cases
- all statutory developments
- much other material of interest to practitioners

The authors analyse court decisions on topics such as tenements; real burdens (including their variation by the Lands Tribunal); pre-emptions; servitudes; competition of title; land registration; leases; standard securities; family property; professional negligence; boundaries and positive prescription; and insolvency law. Particular attention is given to contractual liability arising out of conveyances; tacit relocation in respect of leases; ancillary rights implied into servitudes; servitudes of necessity for repairs; assignation of standard securities; the sufficiency or insufficiency of descriptions of common areas; and judicial rectification and the loss of rights. An update by Alan Barr on property taxes has land and buildings transaction tax as its particular focus. The book concludes with a detailed account of the circumstances in which registration is required in the new Register of Persons Holding a Controlled Interest in Land.

Written in a clear, direct style, Conveyancing 2021 is an essential guide for practitioners to this fast-moving area of law.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationEdinburgh
PublisherEdinburgh Legal Education Trust
ISBN (Print)9781739993900
Publication statusPublished - 30 Apr 2022

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