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A new edition has been published, the details can be seen here:
Property Law: Cases and Materials 6th ed isbn 9781292078526

Property Law: Cases and Materials 5th ed (mylawchamber)

ISBN13: 9781408280799
New Edition ISBN: 9781292078526
Previous Edition ISBN: 9781405873468
Published: May 2012
Publisher: Pearson Education Ltd
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print

The best-selling casebook on property Law, Property Law: Cases and Materials is an indispensable companion to students' study.

The casebook combines a wide variety of extracts from primary and secondary source material, with engaging commentary and thought-provoking reflective questions. Property Law Cases and Materials offers invaluable study support, ensuring students actively engage with, and reflect critically on, the full range of source materials they are expected to encounter throughout their study, providing an ideal springboard from which to hone their case reading skills.

Property Law: Cases and Materials is the ideal companion to any textbook on property or land law, including the author's own textbook, Property Law, seventh edition.

Property Law
Part I INTRODUCTORY MATTERS 1 Basic property principles 2 Human rights 3 Property interests Part II GENERAL PRINCIPLES: HOW PROPERTY INTERESTS ARISE AND PURCHASERS 4 Original acquisition of property interests 5 The transfer and creation of property interests 6 Formalities: rationale and trusts 7 Formalities: estoppel 8 The family home 9 Purchasers: general principles and land charges 10 Purchasers: registration of title Part III RIGHTS TO ENJOY LAND: FREEHOLD AND LEASEHOLD ESTATES 11 Concurrent ownership: joint tenancy and tenancy in common 12 Trusts of land 13 Successive interests 14 Leases: requirements and types 15 Leases: obligations and remedies 16 Leases: parties and the running of covenants 17 Commonhold Part IV OTHER INTERESTS IN LAND 18 Licences 19 Easements and profits 20 Covenants 21 Mortgages