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Understanding Property Law
Understanding Property Law
4th Edition
Series:  Understanding Law Series
Practice Area:  Academic Law, Land Law
ISBN:  9780421829305
Published by:  Sweet & Maxwell
Publication Date:  17 Sep 2004
Subscription Information:  Non-Subscribable Product
Format:  Paperback
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Understanding Property Law provides a background to an area of law which is notoriously inaccessible. The work:

  • Uses accessible language to highlight the variety of legal problems which legislation strives to address
  • Provides an examination of how the practices of the past have shaped the development and form of modern land law
  • Stresses the role of lawyers in the transactions – such as sale, gift and inheritance - in which their clients become involved
  • Analyses the practical aspect to lawyers work, providing a necessary complement to the emphasis on legislation and adjudication found in most textbooks
  • Incorporates legislative developments including the Land Registration Act 2002
CONTENTS
  • The idea of property
  • The study of property law
  • Ownership and title
  • The fragmentation of title to land
  • Equity
  • Tenancies
  • Leases and mortgages
  • Land use and land obligations
  • Transfer and the circulation of things
  • The mechanics of land transfer
  • The 1925 reforms
  • Beyond 1925: moving towards the e-age?
  • Conclusion
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