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Abolition of Feudal Tenure in Scotland isbn 9781845927516

Abolition of Feudal Tenure in Scotland

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Kenneth G.C. ReidProfessor of Property Law, University of Edinburgh

ISBN13: 9780406969682
ISBN: 040696968X
New Edition ISBN: 1845927516
Published: September 2003
Publisher: Bloomsbury Professional
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £38.00
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Abolition of the feudal system is the most important single change to have occurred in land law in Scotland. Part 4 of the Abolition of Feudal Tenure (Sc) Act 2000, which deals with saving feudal burdens, came into force at the end of 2003, and the Act will be fully in force in November 2004.

Practitioners need to grapple with the complex legislative provisions reforming Scottish property law and this book will be an essential aid. Professor Reid, the leading expert in this field, provides a clear and comprehensive guide to the implications of the abolition of the feudal system.

His approach is highly practical throughout. Key sections of the Abolition of Feudal Tenure etc (Sc) Act 2000, as amended by the Title Conditions (Sc) Act 2003, and completed examples of forms prescribed by the Act are reproduced in the Appendices.

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Property Law, Scots Law
The end of feudalism.
Real burdens: towards the appointed day.
Preservation as neighbour burdens.
Preservation as personal real burdens.
Preservation as community burdens.
Preservation as facility or service burdens.
Real burdens: on and after the appointed day.
Minerals, sporting rights, and other reservations.
Compensation (1): development value burdens.
Compensation (2): feuduty.
Preservation notices.
Compensation notices.
Conveyancing after the appointed day.
Miscellaneous topics.
Appendices: Abolition of Feudal Tenure etc (Sc) Act 2000.
Title Conditions (Sc) Act 2003, Pt.
Notice's for preservation as neighbour burdens.
Notices for preservation as personal real burdens.
Notices for compensation for development value burdens.
Notices for compensation for feuduty.