LLAS.Smith:Property Law_p8, 8th Edition
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Roger Smith, Tutor in Law, Magdalen College, University of Oxford
©2014 |Pearson |
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Part I - Introducing property law
Chapter 1 Basic property principles
Chapter 2 The central concerns of property law
Chapter 3 Human rights
Chapter 4 Trusts and equitable interests
Chapter 5 Property interests
Chapter 6 The role of legislation and registration for land interests
Part II - General principles: creation and transfer of property interests
Chapter 7 Original acquisition of property interests
Chapter 8 The transfer and creation of property interests
Chapter 9 Formalities: rationale and trusts
Chapter 10 Formalities: estoppel
Chapter 11 The family home
Chapter 12 Purchasers: general principles and the need for registration
Chapter 13 Purchasers: registration of title
Part III - Rights to enjoy land: estates and commonhold
Chapter 14 Successive and concurrent interests: introduction
Chapter 15 Joint tenancy and tenancy in common
Chapter 16 Trusts of land
Chapter 17 Successive interests
Chapter 18 Leases: types and requirements
Chapter 19 Leases: obligations and remedies
Chapter 20 Leases: parties and the running of covenants
Chapter 21 Commonhold
Part IV - Other interests in land
Chapter 22 Licenses
Chapter 23 Easements and profits
Chapter 24 Covenants
Chapter 25 Mortgages
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Roger J. Smith teaches law at Magdalen College, Oxford. He is the author of a companion volume on property law, Property Law Cases & Materials, as well as a shorter text on the subject, Introduction to Land Law, both published by Longman.
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