Part of the Longman Law Series, Property Law is an indispensable guide to all aspects of this compulsory subject. It combines clear and engaging explanations of core property law principles with in-depth analysis of key theoretical concepts enabling the student reader to both understand and evaluate modern land law doctrine in order to provide them with the best possible basis for their study of the subject.
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· Clear, engaging, and highly understandable analysis of the core principles of property law necessary for your course
· In-depth examination of the key theoretical concepts, socio-economic, and historical factors which underpin the development of modern land law doctrine enabling you to critique and evaluate the existing law
· Valuable further reading references to academic material, providing you with an ideal starting point from which to embark on further independent study.
New to This Edition
This ninth edition has been fully updated with all significant legal developments in this area, including:
· McDonald v McDonald on the horizontal effect of Article 8 (human rights);
· Patel v Mirza which recasts the law on illegality; and
· MacLeod v Gold Harp Properties Ltd and Swift 1st Ltd v Chief Land Registrar which settle controversial issues relating to land registration
· A Law Commission Consultation Paper on land registration.
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About the Author(s)
Roger J. Smith teaches law at Magdalen College, Oxford.