Complete Land Law: Text, Cases, and Materials by Barbara BoguszComplete Land Law: Text, Cases, and Materials by Barbara Bogusz

Complete Land Law: Text, Cases, and Materials

byBarbara Bogusz, Roger Sexton

Paperback | August 16, 2015

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Combining clear author commentary with essential extracts from legislation and cases, Complete Land Law offers a comprehensive yet student-focused guide to the subject. A wide range of extracts are included, providing convenient and reliable access to all the materials you will need throughoutyour course. Chapter summaries and review questions help test your knowledge as you move through the topics, while thinking points and essay questions develop your critical awareness of key land law issues and provide essential preparation for exams. Both experienced lecturers, the authors address areas of difficulty with clarity. Examples and diagrams are included throughout the text to illustrate difficult but fundamental concepts and case law and provide an overview of complex processes. These scenarios demonstrate how abstract land lawconcepts apply in practice, helping to complete your understanding and develop your own problem-solving skills ready for exams. Complete Land Law is also accompanied by an Online Resource Centre which includes:* outline answers to the questions in the book, allowing you to check your understanding ahead of exams and assessment* an interactive glossary to demystify land law jargon and support revision* further reading and weblinks to support independent research and essay preparation* updates from the authors to keep you up-to-date with new cases and developments in land lawFor lecturers the Online Resource Centre also includes electronic versions of the figures from the book for use in handouts and lectures and a testbank of multiple choice questions ready for use in class-testing and assessments.
Barbara Bogusz is Lecturer in Law at the University of Leicester where she is involved in teaching land law and intellectual property law on the LLB. Barbara is also the author, with Elspeth Berry and Matthew Homewood, of Complete EU Law (Oxford University Press, 2015). Roger Sexton is a former Senior Lecturer in Law at Nottingham Tren...
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Title:Complete Land Law: Text, Cases, and MaterialsFormat:PaperbackDimensions:832 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 1.52 inPublished:August 16, 2015Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0198725760

ISBN - 13:9780198725763

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Table of Contents

Part 1 Introduction: Estates and Interests in Land1. Introduction to the types of property rights in land2. Tenures and estates3. Creation of legal and equitable rights in landPart 2 Unregistered Land4. Protection of legal and equitable property rights in unregistered landPart 3 Registered Land5. Registration of title - the basic principles6. Minor interests and overriding interestsPart 4 Acquisition of Interests in Land (I)7. Trusts of land8. Co-ownership of land - the basic principles9. Co-ownership - the resolution of disputesPart 5 Acquisition of Interests in Land (II)10. Licences and proprietary estoppelPart 6 Leases11. Leases - the basic requirements12. Obligations in leases13. The running of covenants in a lease14. Termination of leasesPart 7 Informal Acquisition of Legal Estates15. Adverse possession and the limitation actsPart 8 Protection for the Purchaser of Registered Land16. Rectification of the register of titlePart 9 Easements17. The essential characteristics of easements18. Creation of express and implied grant of easements19. Prescription for easements (and profits)Part 10 Freehold Covenants: Restrictive and Positive Covenants20. Freehold covenants21. Escaping from restrictive covenantsPart 11 Mortgages22. The creation of mortgages23. The remedies of mortgagees24. The operation of mortgages

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"A high-quality, comprehensive, successful hybrid of a textbook and casebook." --Simon Barnett, Law Department, University of Hertfordshire