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Gale on Easements 19th ed isbn 9780414043787

Gale on Easements 18th ed


ISBN13: 9781847032225
New Edition ISBN: 9780414043787
Previous Edition ISBN: 0421895004
Published: September 2008
Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell Ltd
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £95.00
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Gale on Easements takes into account the substantive changes to the law of easements in recent years, thoroughly examining statutes and providing an in-depth analysis of case law.

Explaining what constitutes an easement and detailing specific types, Gale on Easementsussion of potential issues and appropriate remedies and advice for when an easement has been disturbed, solutions to problems that may arise in practice are clarified.

Fully updated to take account of recent legislative and case law developments, the new edition of Gale on Easements:-

  • Provides a fuller treatment of land registration and easements as overriding interests, following the coming into force of the Land Registration Rules 2003
  • Examines, in thorough detail, the three interventions by the House of Lords in Bakewell v Brandwood, R (Beresford) v Sunderland City Council and Moncrieff v Jamieson, as well as the many recent decisions of the Court of Appeal
  • Considers the Law Commission Consultation Paper on Easements, Covenants and Profits a Prendre
  • Includes discussion on the subject of damages and, in particular, damages in lieu of injunction
  • Analyses the upsurge of interest in rights of light, the remedies for their infringement and the measure of damages

Subjects:
Property Law
Contents:
Part I: Easements Generally
Characteristics of an Easement
Equitable Rights to Easements
Part II: The Acquisition of Easements
Creation of Easements By Known Transactions
Establishment of Easements By Prescription
Easements and Registered Land
Part III: Particular Easements and Particular Natural Rights of a Similar Character
Rights In Respect Of Water
Right To Light
Air
Rights Of Way
Support
Party-Walls, Banks, Boundary Trees And Buildings And Access To Neighbouring
Land
Part IV: Extinguishment of Easements
Extinguishment of Easements
Part V: Disturbance of Easements
What Amounts To A Disturbance
Remedies For Disturbance
Appendices