General Principles of Property Law

Series
Longman
Author
Sukhninder Panesar  
Publisher
Pearson Longman
Cover
Softcover
Edition
1
Language
English
Total pages
272
Pub.-date
March 2001
ISBN13
9780582423329
ISBN
0582423325
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Description

This book provides an original introduction to the general principles of property law in England.  Moving away from a compartmentalised approach to the study of law, the book allows the student to examine and understand the basic premise and idea of property, the law and its associated concepts. This book adds weight to the trend towards the teaching of general principles before the specific aspects of property law.

Features

  • Focuses on the wider concept of property law to give the student a firm understanding of this area of the law before they go on to study in specific areas.
  • Describes the justifications for property laws to explain the purpose of modern day property rules.
  • Emphasises concepts such as ownership, possession and title to explain the law in its historical context.
  • Looks at the changing nature of property to understand property law in its modern context.

Table of Contents

Introduction 1. The Legal Concept of Property 2. Justificatory Theories for Private Property 3.Classification of Property 4. The Changing Nature of Property 5. Ownership and Possession 6. Title 7. Creation and Transfer of Proprietary Rights 8. Fragmentation of Ownership 9. Personal and Property Rights 10. Interference with Property Rights and Proprietary Remedies