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Land Law

Text, Cases, and Materials. Text, Cases and Materials

Format: Paperback / softback
Publisher: Oxford University Press, Oxford, United Kingdom
Published: 7th Jun 2012
Dimensions: w 172mm h 244mm d 50mm
Weight: 1571g
ISBN-10: 0199693595
ISBN-13: 9780199693597
Barcode No: 9780199693597
Land Law: text, cases, and materials has been designed to provide students with everything they need to approach their land law course with confidence. Ready to be used as a stand-alone resource on all land law courses the authors combine stimulating commentary and well-chosen materials to present the subject in an interesting and dynamic way. Covering all core aspects of land law including legal estates, legal interests, equitable interests, interests in the home, leases, easements, covenants and security interests in land, the book provides students with the detailed knowledge and analytical tools required to understand and engage fully with the current topical debates surrounding the subject. The book is accompanied by an Online Resource Centre offering detailed updates to the law following publication, useful weblinks, multiple choice questions with answers and feedback, and guidance on answering end-of-chapter questions.

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An excellent text book for students. The material is well organised, clearly setting out the essential principles of land law, whilst inviting students to engage with critical debate. Professor Susan Bright, Faculty of Law, University of Oxford Comprehensive, stimulating and lucid. This is a first class land law resource. Amy Goymour, Faculty of Law, University of Cambridge A model free standing text book because it contains all the necessary elements that both teacher and student need to respectively disseminate and understand a challenging subject. Michael John-Hopkins, School of Law, Aberystwyth University