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Message started by karlos1977 on Mar 5th, 2009 at 10:24pm

Title: Conveyancing Styles
Post by karlos1977 on Mar 5th, 2009 at 10:24pm
Does anyone know how I might get hold of some good conveyancing styles? I am an English qualified solicitor currently studying to take the Intra UK Transfer Test.  The Conveyancing exam seems to require drafting a disposition, so I think it would be really helpful to have some different styles - any thoughts very welcome.

Title: Re: Conveyancing Styles
Post by everyonesfavouriteposter on Mar 6th, 2009 at 4:05pm
Here is a style for you to try out. It is for a property already registered in the Land Register. Things are slightly different for first registrations.

I (full name of granter), residing formally at _____________, and now at _____________, registered proprietor of the subjects hereinafter disponed, IN CONSIDERATION OF the price of TWO HUNDERED AND FIFTY THOUSAND POUNDS (250000) paid to me by ____________, residing at ___________, of which I hereby acknowledge receipt, DO HEREBY DISPONE to the said ____________, ALL AND WHOLE ________________ (description of property), being the subjects registered in the Land Register of Scotland under Title Number ________;with entry and vacant possession on ___________; and I grant warrandice, and I hereby declare that, until title is registered in the Land Register of Scotland in pursuance of these presents, I hold the subjects as trustee for behoof of the said __________; IN WITNESS WHEREOF (testing clause).

Hope this helps a little bit.

Title: Re: Conveyancing Styles
Post by vyana on Aug 3rd, 2009 at 10:24pm
Does anyone have the Styles Volume of Conveyancing Materials used on the Diploma in Legal Practice course
available?
I would like to obtain a copy in order to answer the complusory drafting of dispositions question in conveyancing for
the Intra UK Transfer Test in November 2009.

Many thanks, Vyana.

Title: Re: Conveyancing Styles
Post by everyonesfavouriteposter on Aug 4th, 2009 at 12:44pm
Yes.....Well I have the conveyancing materials from the diploma.

What is it that you are interested in?

Title: Re: Conveyancing Styles
Post by vyana on Aug 13th, 2009 at 4:41pm
I am interested in obtaining the conveyancing materials used by Diploma students to prepare for Paper 1 of the Intra UK transfer test in November 2009. Please reply if you have a copy available and I will send my contact details etc.
Many thanks, Vyana

Title: Re: Conveyancing Styles
Post by everyonesfavouriteposter on Aug 13th, 2009 at 11:54pm
The only copy I have is my own from last year, and I will probably need that for when I start my job.

I could perhaps copy some deeds for you if you want?

Title: Re: Conveyancing Styles
Post by tinu1973 on Aug 14th, 2009 at 10:52am
Hi Dear

I am also planning to go for intra transfer test in November -09 . I would appreciate if you reply soon about sharing materials ,tips or anything

thanks

Title: Re: Conveyancing Styles
Post by vyana on Aug 24th, 2009 at 8:34pm
Hi I would be grateful to get some copies of dispositions. Can I get your e-mail so we could organise everything?
thanks, Vyana

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