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Vol 23 No 3 March/April 2018

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A new edition has been published, the details can be seen here:
Elements of Land Law 5th ed isbn 9780199219728

Elements of Land Law 4th ed

ISBN13: 9780406975775
ISBN: 0406975779
New Edition ISBN: 9780199219728
Previous Edition ISBN: 040698302X
Published: November 2004
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print

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Gray and Gray's Elements of Land Law provides an interesting, reasoned and critical account of the fundamental principles or elements of the modern law of real property.

This fourth edition has been restructured to reflect a 21st century vision of land law in which registration of title comprises the primary regime and in which the law of realty is increasingly infiltrated by environmental law, human rights law and European law.

The book covers not only the Land Registration Act 2002, but also recent case law developments and the many statutory initiatives in the law of leases, commonholds, mortgages and land access which took effect in 2003 and 2004. An emphasis is placed on integrating the rational development of English law within a comparative common law context; and the book also links the contemporary law of land with important themes of modern property jurisprudence.

  • Includes the Land Registration Act 2002, the Land Registration Rules 2003, and the latest cases and statute relating to commonhold, leasehold, mortgages and land access
  • Considers the impact of the law of the environment, human rights, and European legislation on domestic English law
  • Integrates the rational development of English law within a comparative common law context, thereby encouraging a well-balanced view of domestic law
  • Links the contemporary law of land with important themes of modern property jurisprudence, making this a thought-provoking and holistic account of the law
  • Fully re-structured and re-written throughout, and including all the latest case law and statutory developments, providing the essential course companion for students of land law

Property Law, External LLB Titles
1. Land
2. Property
3. Possession
4. Licenses
5. Public Rights in Land
6. Title
7. Freehold and Leasehold Estates in Land
8. Other Legal Estates in Land
9. Equitable Rights in or Over Land
10. Informal Creation of Rights in Land
11. Regulations of Trusts and Co-ownership
12. Dealings with Title
13. Freehold Covenants and Environmental Regulation
14. Regulation of Leases and Tenancies
15. Regulation of Mortgages