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A comprehensive treatment of the law of intangible property rights in both Ireland and Northern Ireland This great book offers an in-depth examination of the principles and practical aspects of a commonly encountered yet highly complex area of the law, intangible property rights. Legal practitioners will quickly get to grips with the KEY aspects of intangible property rights including easements, profits a prendre, the enforcement of land covenants and licences in both Ireland and Northern Ireland. Fully updated to bring your firm right up-to-date with recent KEY land law developmentsincluding the Land and Conveyancing Law Reform Bill 2006 and the Registration of Deeds and Title Act 2006 plus new caselaw including William Bennett Construction v Greene, Orwell Park Management v Henihan, White v Callan, McAdams Homes Ltd v Robinson. Intangible Property Rights in Ireland 2/ed will prove indispensable to legal practitioners when handling property transactions containing any aspects of easements, enforceable covenants or licences. - Covers Irish and Northern Irish law - Practical approach ensures you'll feel confident when applying the guidance to your client's property transactions - Readable and informative, you'll quickly understand even the most complex legal issues - More detailed and up-to-date than any alternative reference source - In-depth information on licences - limitations, protection, classification, identification and valuation of rights of residence - Dr Albert Power is a top land law specialist, this is your opportunity to benefit from his specialist knowledge With this book on your desk you'll be armed with valuable knowledge and legal advice on all aspects of Irish intangible property rights. Contents: Chapter I: Easements: Definition and Types Chapter II: Express and Implied Grants Chapter III: Necessity and Qualified Necessity Chapter IV: Prescription and Lost Modern Grant Chapter V: Extinguishment and Abandonment Chapter VI: Rights of Light Chapter V