Irish Conveyancing Law

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The edition has been substantially re-structured, with much re-writing, to reflect major changes in law and practice since the last edition. There has been much revision of the text to reflect changes in practice resulting from the pre-contract deduction and investigation of title system introduced by the Law Society's Conditions of Sale 2019 Edition and Requisitions on Title (2019 Edition).

The book explains the changes resulting from key legislation like the Land and Conveyancing Law Reform Act 2009 and Property Services (Regulation ) Act 2011. The book further incorporates the substantial case law since the last edition in which the text is frequently cited as authoritative.

This title is included in Bloomsbury Professional's Irish Property Law online service.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1 Nature of Conveyancing
Chapter 2 Sale by Public Auction
Chapter 3 Sale By Private Treaty
Chapter 4 Caveat Emptor
Chapter 5 Pre-Contract Enquiries
Chapter 6 Deduction of Title
Chapter 7 Investigation of Title
Chapter 8 Requisitions on Title
Chapter 9 Formation of the Contract
Chapter 10 Conditional Contracts
Chapter 11 Other Special Cases
Chapter 12 Contents of the Contract
Chapter 13 Conditions of Sale
Chapter 14 Special Contracts
Chapter 15 Position of Parties Pending Completion
Chapter 16 Remedies for Enforcement of the Contract
Chapter 17 Drafting and Construction of Deeds
Chapter 18 Form and Contents of Deeds
Chapter 19 Documents for Particular Transactions
Chapter 20 Completing the Transaction
Chapter 21 Post-Completion Remedies

Product details

Published 30 Jul 2020
Format Ebook (Epub & Mobi)
Edition 4th
Extent 992
ISBN 9781526516497
Imprint Bloomsbury Professional
Publisher Bloomsbury Publishing

About the contributors


J C W Wylie

JCW Wylie acted as a consultant for many years to…


Una Woods

Una Woods, author of Irish Conveyancing Law with J…