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Conveyancing Law and Practice in Scotland - Volume IV - Trusts and Succession

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Volume IV - Trusts and Succession

Published under the auspices of the Scottish Universities Law Institute, this volume focuses on the testate and intestate succession both before and after the "Succession (Scotland) Act 1964". Topics covered include trusts, pension schemes, entails, statutory prior rights and legal rights, completion of title to both heritable and moveable estate, preparation of wills, administration of executries, destinations, judicial transmissions, compulsory acquisition, taxation and more.;The procedure for completion of title to heritage when the last infeft proprietor died before September 1964 will be of particular benefit to both students and practitioners.

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Author(s):
Halliday, John M.
Condition:
Used: good
Edition:
1990
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0414008936
ISBN-13:
9780414008939
Number of pages:
460
Publisher:
Published under the auspices of the Scottish Universities Law Institute by W. Green

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Volume IV - Trusts and Succession

Published under the auspices of the Scottish Universities Law Institute, this volume focuses on the testate and intestate succession both before and after the "Succession (Scotland) Act 1964". Topics covered include trusts, pension schemes, entails, statutory prior rights and legal rights, completion of title to both heritable and moveable estate, preparation of wills, administration of executries, destinations, judicial transmissions, compulsory acquisition, taxation and more.;The procedure for completion of title to heritage when the last infeft proprietor died before September 1964 will be of particular benefit to both students and practitioners.

Author(s):
Halliday, John M.
Condition:
Used: good
Edition:
1990
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0414008936
ISBN-13:
9780414008939
Number of pages:
460
Publisher:
Published under the auspices of the Scottish Universities Law Institute by W. Green

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