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Land Law: Text Cases and Materials 2nd ed isbn 9780199693597

Land Law: Text Cases and Materials


ISBN13: 9780199208210
New Edition ISBN: 9780199693597
Published: June 2009
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print



Written by three leading academics in the field, this new book offers a stimulating and thought-provoking guide to land law. It collates the most important cases and best writing on the subject in a single volume and draws on key primary and secondary sources: combined with insightful author commentary this creates a complete learning resource for students.

The authors' commentary offers a fresh perspective and presents land law as a vibrant subject which confronts pressing social issues with sophistication. The authors' enthusiasm for the subject absorbs readers' attention from the outset and enables them to gain a secure understanding of the fundamental principles of the subject, as well as guiding them through the more complex issues. This text provides students with the detailed knowledge and analytical tools required to engage fully with the many debates raised by this fascinating subject.

Designed as a stand-alone textbook, undergraduates, as well as anyone studying English land law, will find everything they need in this one convenient and easy-to-use volume.

Subjects:
Property Law
Contents:
A. INTRODUCTION
1. What's Special About Land?
2. Land as Private Property
3. Legal Estates and Legal Interests
4. Equitable Interests
5. Human Rights and Land
B. THE PRIORITY TRIANGLE
6. The Priority Triangle
7. Direct Rights
8. The Priority Triangle in Action: Licences
B1. The Acquisition of a Legal Estate or Interest in Land
9. Formal Methods of Acquisition: Contracts, Deeds and Registration
10. Informal Methods of Acquisition: Adverse Possession
B2. The Acquisition of an Equitable Interest in Land
11. Introduction
12. The Doctrine of Anticipation: Walsh v Lonsdale
13. Proprietary Estoppel
14. Trusts of Land
B3. Priority
15. Unregistered Land and Priorities
16. Registered Land and Priorities
17. Evaluating the Land Registration Act 2002
C.THE SHARED HOME
18. Interests in the Home
19. Regulating Co-Ownership
20. Co-Ownership and Third Parties: Priorities
21. Co-Ownership and Third Parties: Applications for Sale
22. Successive Ownership
D. LEASES
23. The Lease
24. Regulating Leases and Protecting Occupiers
25. Leasehold Covenants
E. NEIGHBOURS AND NEIGHBOURHOODS
26. Easements
27. Freehold Covenants
28. Flat Ownership: Long Leases and Commonhold
F. SECURITY RIGHTS
29. Security Interests in Land
30. Borrower Protection
31. Lender's Rights and Remedies ;