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Scottish Property Law 2nd ed

ISBN13: 9781845920579
ISBN: 1845920570
Previous Edition ISBN: 0406001057
Published: March 2005
Publisher: Bloomsbury Professional
Country of Publication: Scotland
Format: Paperback
Price: £38.00

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This book provides an introduction to all aspects of the law of property in Scotland. It takes account of the recent substantial changes in the law relating to landownership in Scotland and deals with the three main aspects of this: the nature of landownership, burdens on land and transfer of ownership in land.

The second edition has also been expanded to include a concise explanation of the Scots Law on moveable property, including intellectual property.

The text is intended to provide an accessible guide to these areas of Scots Law, particularly for undergraduate law students and students of other disciplines who require an understanding of property law.

Announced with isbn - 0406963584

Scots Law
Nature and classification of property
basic concepts in property law
corporeal moveable property
fixtures and other accessions
incorpoeal moveable property
intellectual property
security rights over moveable property
landownership in Scotland
the registers of Scotland
ownership rights
Crown rights
tenement properties
real burdens
heritable securities
statutory restrictions on property rights
pre-contract procedures
registration of title
voluntary transfer
examination of title
clauses in deeds
compulsory purchase.