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Property Law 8th ed (MyLawChamber)

ISBN13: 9781292001937
Previous Edition ISBN: 9781408279328
Published: May 2014
Publisher: Pearson Education Ltd
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: £43.84 + £4.15 VAT

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Trusted by generations of students, the Longman Law Series can be relied upon to spark your academic curiosity and provide you with the best possible basis for legal study. Property Law is your indispensable guide to all aspects of property law, helping you make the most of your studies. MyLab and Mastering from Pearson improve results for students and educators. Used by over ten million students, they effectively engage learners at every stage. For educator access, contact your Pearson Account Manager.

Property Law
Part I Introducing property law
Chapter 1 Basic property principles
Chapter 2 The central concerns of property law
Chapter 3 Human Rights
Chapter 4 Trusts and equitable interests
Chapter 5 Property interests
Chapter 6 The role of legislation and registration for land interests

Part II General principles: Creation and transfer of property interests
Chapter 7 Original acquisition of property interests
Chapter 8 The transfer and creation of property interests
Chapter 9 Formalities: rationale and trusts
Chapter 10 Formalities: estoppel
Chapter 11 The family home
Chapter 12 Purchasers: general principles and the need for registration
Chapter 13 Purchasers: registration of title

Part III Rights to enjoy land: estates and commonhold
Chapter 14 Successive and concurrent interests
Chapter 15 Joint tenancy and tenancy in common
Chapter 16 Trusts of land
Chapter 17 Successive interests
Chapter 18 Leases: types and requirements
Chapter 19 Leases: obligations and remedies
Chapter 20 Leases: parties and the running of covenants
Chapter 21 Commonhold

Part IV Other interests in land
Chapter 22 Licences
Chapter 23 Easements and profits
Chapter 24 Covenants
Chapter 25 Mortgages