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Property: A Guide to Scots Law
Property: A Guide to Scots Law
Series:  Greens Concise Scots Law Series
Practice Area:  Land & Property
ISBN:  9780414038646
Published by:  W. Green
Publication Date:  22 Jul 2016
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Format:  Paperback
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This brand new text meets the need of all those studying the Scots law of property, acting as an essential course text and introduction to the subject. It is the only up-to-date text available which focuses specifically on property law in Scotland.

The author provides a solid grounding for the reader by covering the general
principles of the subject. It then moves on to consider the right of ownership and
how it is acquired, protected and lost, including differences affecting different types of property. The text is wide ranging, ensuring it is a complete source of answers which are quickly and easily available; covering other rights affecting property, including possession, servitudes, real burdens, liferent, public rights, over land leases and rights in security.

Key legislation covered includes:
• Land Registration etc (Scotland) Act 2012
• Tenements (Scotland) Act 2004
• Title Conditions (Scotland) Act 2003
• Land Reform (Scotland) Act 2003

Property: A Guide to Scots Law is written in a clear and straightforward style,
making it the ideal tool for those studying the LLB. Its depth of content also means that it will be found of great use by both postgraduates and practising solicitors in need of a concise and up-to-date understanding of the subject.

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