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The Law of Personal Property 2nd ed with 1st Supplement isbn 9780414073968

The Law of Personal Property 2nd ed

Edited by: Michael Bridge, Louise Gullifer, Kelvin Low, Gerard McMeel

ISBN13: 9780414051010
New Edition ISBN: 9780414073968
Previous Edition ISBN: 9781847037992
Published: December 2017
Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell Ltd
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: Out of print

The Law of Personal Property 2nd ed:-

  • Provides a comprehensive and in-depth treatment of both tangible and intangible personal property
  • Addresses a critical area of commercial law as the bulk of corporate wealth now lies in personal property, whether tangible interests in plant, machinery, ships and aircraft, or intangible holdings in book debts, shares, intellectual property rights and insurance policies
  • Examines in detail the various interests in personal property, exploring concepts such as ownership, possession and bailment, as well as equitable interests
  • Considers the various ways of acquiring and transferring interests
  • Discusses how interests are protected and enforced, in common law and in equity
  • Explores the legal principles in depth, with detailed analysis of case law
  • Deals with the property aspects of sale of goods
  • Analyses all modes of dealing with or transferring interests in intangible property
  • Covers security interests
  • Addresses such commercial topics as retention of title clauses and Quistclose trusts, by locating them within the wider common law and equitable principles
  • Deals with private international law, insolvency and procedural issues

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