“Professor Paisley’s work is unequalled in modern Scottish legal publishing, a
prodigious combination of erudition, industry and practical sense.” - The Hon Lord Stewart
This work is a landmark text and marks a legal first. No other Scottish textbook addresses the historical, comparative and doctrinal basis of its subject matter with such depth of research and understanding.
Examining the nature of rights that are ancillary to servitudes, the content of those rights and the manner of their constitution, exercise and extinction, the reader’s understanding of this complex subject is aided by a writing style which is both engaging and easy to understand. This definitive modern account of the subject is expertly composed for everyday use in courts, law firms and universities.
This title can be read in conjunction with existing title Servitudes and Rights of Way, co-authored by Roddy Paisley and Douglas Cusine, and will ultimately sit alongside two further in-depth volumes on servitudes, authored by Roddy Paisley, on ‘Prescriptive Servitudes’ and ‘General Law of Servitudes’ (dates to be confirmed), forming an extensive library on this area of law.