The latest publication from Easyway Guides, A Guide to Conveyancing Residential Property is a practical and informative guide to the processes that underpin the practice of conveyancing a home. The book is designed for those people who are involved in Do-It-Yourself Conveyancing or who wish to understand more about the processes in order to gain more control when buying or selling a residential property. The forthcoming legislation relating to E-conveyancing is also covered in depth. The book covers the following key areas: The different forms of conveyancing-how the system works-framework of law; The key elements in the conveyancing process; Parties to conveyancing; The contract for sale; Registration of property-The Land Registry; Unregistered property; Different forms of property; The proposed electronic conveyancing of property
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"Parachute me in anywhere in America and I'll write at least one order that day," says author Jim Murphy, which perfectly describes the exuberance and can-do attitude of this remarkable, old-school door-to-door encyclopedia salesman who made millions during his career. Do you have a doorknob close? Do you know what a three-dime bank is? Have you discovered the perfect way to overcome price objections? You will. After sitting down to four days of in-depth interviews, Murphy lays it all out, every trick he used, every tell he watched for to make a sale. This is no ivory-tower theorist but rather a witty, engaging, behind-the-scenes confessional from one of the nation's best. No matter what you rep and no matter what you sell - stocks, insurance, cars, clothing, technology, travel, or lemonade on the street - you'll be a lot better at it after an hour or two with Murphy. Great salespeople are made not born, Murphy reminds us - you just need to know a few of those unsaid things that they don't teach you in school. Highly recommended.
The themes explored include political liberty, "legal tyranny," defences of influence in government, recognition of the Opposition, and the development of organic categories of political analysis - the latter in a chapter that explodes the association often presumed between organicism and conservative modes of thought. A chapter on the "Fourth Estate" examines the gradual process of legitimation of "interests," culminating in the influence of the press. Central to the account of new political forces and their recognition is the idea of public opinion, which evolved during this period from the notion of public spirit. Chapters on the classical legacy of the century and on the High-Tories examine two backward-looking aspects of the political cultrure. Tracing the persistent influence of High-Toryism, Gunn questions the conventional wisdom about eighteenth-century ideological consensus in general and Whig solidarity in particular. He demonstrates that theories of government from the seventeenth century survived to a degree not previously admitted by modern scholarship.
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