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Land law is a subject dominated by the need for original source materials, a need specifically addressed by this book's outstanding selection of key statutes and cases. To help readers develop an understanding of the materials, and to set them in their full context, each important legal issue is clearly explained and critically analysed with a discussion of possible defects in the law and proposals for reform.
The content and structure of the book reflects that of most undergraduate land law courses, which makes it ideal for the busy student wishing to gain a detailed understanding of the subject matter of his or her lecture course. The choice of materials covers all elements of the degree level land law syllabus.
The third edition follows the successful format of the second but the text and the selection of materials has been extensively revised throughout to integrate subsequent legislative and case law developments and proposals for reform. Most obviously, the chapter on Registration of Title has been completely rewritten to reflect the coming into force of the Land Registration Act 2002.