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Probate Practitioner’s Handbook is a popular guide for solicitors’ firms that do probate and estate administration work.
This unique new book examines the specific issues that may arise at different stages in the acquisition and conveyance of land
This book will help you assist clients with trusts, from protecting assets to minimising exposure to tax.
Increase your efficiency, profits and client approval through the use of clear, modern English.
The latest in AML and financial crime from experts in the field
A trusted first port of call for thousands of conveyancers. New edition now available to pre-order.
This fully updated edition provides a comprehensive range of checklists that follow the steps of a transaction. New edition now available.
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