Land Law by Kevin GrayLand Law by Kevin Gray

Land Law

byKevin Gray, Susan Francis Gray

Paperback | August 14, 2011

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Gray and Gray's Land Law provides a reliable explanation of the key elements of this subject, making it an invaluable guide for the law student at any level. Combining a clear and engaging writing style with rigorous analysis, Gray and Gray set land law in its socio-political and economiccontext, enabling students to examine this subject in depth.Land Law skilfully balances critical incisiveness with user-friendly explanations, helping you to develop your own analytical skills while exploring the key concepts of this subject and the debates which surround it. Gray and Gray's contextual approach enlivens the complexities of land law andenables you to understand how the law has developed and its relevance to the modern world. With subheadings and chapter summary points used throughout, information is easy to locate both for the new and more experienced student. Diagrams and flowcharts help explain difficult concepts, while end of chapter questions test your understanding and help to consolidate learning for exam success.A broad range of further reading is also included at the end of each chapter to support further independent research.
Kevin Gray is Dean of Trinity College, Cambridge and a Professor of Law in the University of Cambridge and the National University of Singapore. Susan Francis Gray is a Solicitor of the Senior Courts, and sometime Assistant Land Registrar at HM Land Registry.
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Title:Land LawFormat:PaperbackDimensions:704 pages, 9.21 × 6.02 × 1.39 inPublished:August 14, 2011Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0199603790

ISBN - 13:9780199603794

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Table of Contents

1. Fundamental concepts2. Possession and title3. Freehold ownership4. Leasehold ownership5. Easements and profits a prendre6. Security interests in land7. Beneficial ownership8. Dealings and their effect9. Other modes of acquisition10. Privacy, access and exclusion11. Public regulation of land