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Friedman On Contracts And Coveyances Of Real Property (3 Vols.)

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Edition: 7th ed., 2005


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For more than 50 years, PLI’s Friedman on Contracts and Conveyances of Real Property has earned praise from real estate practitioners and publications because of its straightforward, no-nonsense ability to help attorneys implement rock-solid contracts of sale in less time, with less trouble, at lower cost.

Stocked with laborsaving sample forms and checklists, Friedman gives you a crystal-clear understanding of what you should do, must do, and should never do at every stage of a transaction, from inception to post-closing.

Designed to assist buyers and sellers, Friedman shows you what terms must be in contracts of sale; when contracts run the risk of being fatally defective; what property description should be included in deeds; what closing adjustments should be covered in contracts; what buyers and sellers can do to avoid delays in closings; and hundreds of other directions and details that help you avoid costly missteps and lead to fair, equitable deals.

Updated at least once a year, Friedman on Contracts and Conveyances of Real Property is an essential reference for real estate attorneys and real estate professionals and a vital tool for general practitioners handling real estate transactions.

“[Friedman on Contracts and Conveyances of Real Property is] the ‘bible’ for any lawyer handling a real estate conveyance.” 
 —The Business Lawyer

“This book should be required reading for all attorneys who intend to represent a party to the sale of real estate.”
 — American Bar Association Journal

“In these days when a false step can substantially increase your liability premium, [Friedman] should be in every law library.” 
 —Commercial Law Bulletin

“Even a practitioner who only occasionally drafts a contract or a deed for the sale of real estate will find [Friedman] as valuable for the protection of a few clients as a specialist in the field.” 
 —Journal of the Bar Association of the District of Columbia

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ISBN 9781402406829
Edition 7th ed., 2005
Publisher Practising Law Institute