Property Law

The Property Law Module

  • Only what you actually need to know for the SQE 1 exam for Property Law.
  • 63 bite-sized videos so you can learn faster.
  • The entire Property Law SRA syllabus into 94 easy diagrams.
  • Test your knowledge as you go with sample Property Law questions.
  • 63 colourful study notes to refresh your knowledge quickly.
Course Content

Investigation of a registered and unregistered freehold title

  • smart_displayKey elements and structure of freehold property transactions
  • smart_displayProcess of analysing Land Registry official copy entries
  • smart_displayEasements
  • smart_displayMines and minerals reservations
  • smart_displayCo-ownership
  • smart_displayRestrictive Covenants
  • smart_displayPositive Covenants
  • smart_displayMortgages
  • smart_displayNotices
  • smart_displayPurpose and process of reporting to the client

Range and purpose of making searches and raising enquiries

  • smart_displayWhat searches are and why we conduct them
  • smart_displaySearches of the local land charges register - LLC1
  • smart_displayPre-contract enquiries of the seller
  • smart_displayWater & drainage enquiries
  • smart_displayEnvironmental searches
  • smart_displayPersonal inspection
  • smart_displayChancel repair searches
  • smart_displayIndex map search
  • smart_displayFlood searches
  • smart_displayMining searches
  • smart_displaySurvey reports
  • smart_displayBankruptcy

Core knowledge areas of freehold real estate law and practice

  • smart_displayWho should conduct searches and raise enquiries?
  • smart_displayThe Law Society Conveyancing Protocol
  • smart_displayFinance - sources of finance / types of mortgage
  • smart_displayActing for a lender
  • smart_displayKey Elements Contained in the Contract - The Particulars of Sale & Standard Conditions, and special conditions
  • smart_displayMethods of holding a deposit
  • smart_displayInsurance and risk
  • smart_displayBasics of VAT in the contract
  • smart_displayRemedies for delayed completion
Visual learning

The course provides unique diagrams you won’t find anywhere else, distilling what you need to know for the exam into videos and manageable, bite-sized colourful study notes. This means you’ll understand the material faster and retain the knowledge longer so you remember it when you’re in the exam.

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