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Land Tenure in Scotland

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ISBN13: 9780414015487
ISBN: 0414015487
Published: October 2004
Publisher: W. Green
Country of Publication: Scotland
Format: Hardback
Price: £105.00

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On 28th November 2004 the most radical changes in Scottish Property law and Conveyancing for centuries will take place. The feudal structure of land tenure will be swept away and an entirely new system put in its place. Land Tenure in Scotland is an in-depth consideration of Land Tenure going beyond the abolition and changes to provide a comprehensive account of the system post 2004. All aspects of the sweeping change are dealt with in 16 chapters beginning with an historical introduction, progressing through abolition and into the brave new world of absolute or single ownership. This is the essential, in-depth, authoritative exploration of land tenure in Scotland and a necessary purchase for anyone wishing to approach the subject with confidence of a considered expert opinion within easy access. Why you need Land Tenure in Scotland * Contains a style deed of conditions for use after 28th November 2004 * All new legislation is dealt with in concise and easily understood chapters * This is the first textbook to deal comprehensively with all the new legislation relating to land tenure and land use

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Scots Law
Historical Introduction. Abolition of the Feudal Structure. Feudal Burdens and Rights of Re-allotment. Abolition of Feu Duty. Compensation. Personal Real Burdens Preserved. Feudal Real Burdens Preserved as Personal Burdens. Real Burdens After Abolition Constitution and Content. Community Burdens. Conservation Burdens. Personal Real Burdens. Third Party Rights. Pre-emptions, Redemptions and Reversions in Other Forms of Tenure. Servitudes. Tenemental Properties. Land Use? Human Rights.