Property practice involves the legal process of transferring legal ownership of a property from one party to another (conveyancing) together with associated matters such as leasing, mortgaging, planning and revenue.
Buying or selling property is one of the largest financial transactions clients will undertake during their lives. Clients will expect you to be able to handle such transactions in accordance with their instructions and acting in their best interests.
You will complete three tasks in this subject based on real life case studies that an entry level lawyer is likely to face in practice. Each task has associated activities.
Your lecturer is available to assist you with the tasks and will give you feedback. You can also get involved with interactive class discussions via the discussion board.