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SWOT: Land Law 4th ed

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Denise ArtisPrincipal Lecturer in Law, University of Central Lancashire, John HoughtonSolicitor and Senior Lecturer, University of Central Lancashire

ISBN13: 9781854313836
ISBN: 1854313835
Published: March 1995
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print



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Few students can honestly say that land law is the most interesting aspect of law they have encountered. For many, it is dull and difficult. Nonetheless, the authors aim to show that studying land law can be both stimulating and inspiring, given clear explanations and the necessary guidance to overcome the common areas of difficulty.;This edition covers recent developments in the law, and several new cases, including Prudential Assurance Co versus London Residuary Body, and Rhone versus Stephens. The authors have also tried to emphasize the increasiong growth and importance of registration of title.

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Subjects:
Student Revision Aids
Contents:
Part 1 Effective study techniques: problems encountered throughout the course; study techniques throughout the year; use of textbooks and academic articles.
Part 2 Assessment: the examination; in the examination room; coursework assessment seminar performance.
Part 3 The 1925 legislation: landholding before 1926; the 1925 legislation; analysis of interests; rgistration of title; specimen examination questions; suggested additional reading.
Part 4 Settlements and future interests: main issues; strict settlements; trusts for sale governed by the Law of Property Act 1925; strict settlements and trusts for sale compared; future interests; specimen examination questions; the problem of co-ownership and the home; specimen examination question; suggested approach; suggested additional reading.
Part 5 Co-ownership and matrimonial property: co-ownership; specimen examination question; the problem of co-ownership and the home; specimen examination question; suggested approach; suggested additional reading.
Part 6 Mortgages: types of motgage; main issues; creation and discharge; rights of the mortgagor; rights of the mortgagee; specimen examination question; revision summaries; suggested additional reading
Part 7 Easements and profits a prendre: terminology; main issues; characteristics of a valid easement; acquisition of easements; specimen examination question; revision summaries; suggested additional reading.
Part 8 Restrictive covenants: terminology; main issues; enforceability; discharge and modification; reform; specimen examination questions; suggested additional reading.
Part 9 Licences: terminology; main issues; classification licences; relationaship between estoppel and contractual licences; nature of licences; specimen examination questions; revision summary; suggested additional reading.
Part 10 Leases: terminology; main issues; distinction between a lease and a licence; exclusive possession; implied obligations of landlord and tenant; enforcement for breach of implied covenants; specimen examination question; usual covenants; specimen examination question; revision summary; suggested additional reading.