Land Law

Series
Longman
Author
Paul Richards  
Publisher
Pearson
Cover
Softcover
Edition
1
Language
English
Total pages
584
Pub.-date
July 2014
ISBN13
9781408287385
ISBN
1408287382
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Features

Each text in the Foundations series is rich in learning features designed to illuminate complex legal principles and promote solid understanding and confidence in legal study:

 

· Chapter aims and objectives outline from the start what you will learn in each chapter.

· Case summaries highlight the central themes of key cases in the subject, clearly set apart from the surrounding text.

· Chapter summaries draw together the main concepts covered in each chapter, cementing understanding.

· Further reading lists at the end of each chapter direct students to subject-specific resources to enrich understanding.

· Marginal cross-references help the reader make connections within the text and aid understanding of how the material fits together.

· Figures and diagrams help strengthen understanding of complex legal processes.

· Glossary of important legal terms provides a handy reference tool.

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Table of Contents

Part 1 - Introduction and the Acquisition of Land

Chapter 1 - Land Law – Some Basic Concepts

Chapter 2 - Estates and Interests in Land – An Historical Perspective

Chapter 3 - Estates and Interests in Land: A Modern Perspective

Chapter 4 - An Outline of the Conveyancing Process and Unregistered Land

Chapter 5 - Registered Land

 

Part 2 - The Estates in Land

Chapter 6 - Leasehold Estates in Land

Chapter 7 - Commonhold

Chapter 8 - Licences and Proprietary Estoppel

Chapter 9 - Adverse Possession

  

Part 3 - The Ownership of Land

Chapter 10 - Successive Interests in Land

Chapter 11 - Co-ownership I – The Structure

Chapter 12 - Co-Ownership 2 – The Acquisition of a Beneficial Interest

 

Part 4 - The Interests in Land

Chapter 13 - Leasehold Covenants

Chapter 14 - Freehold Covenants

Chapter 15 - Easements and Profits à Prendre

Chapter 16 - Mortgages

Back Cover

‘Richards has managed to combine an analytical approach with a pleasant narrative style... A well structured and highly accessible book.’ Keith Gompertz, Senior Lecturer in Law, Coventry University

 

‘This text will be useful for both undergraduates and postgraduates studying Land Law. The patient coverage of detail will be invaluable and the author provides clarity and insight into the technical operation of the law, alongside its practical application to the parties.’  Lucy Barnes, Lecturer in Law, University of East Anglia  

 

Land Law, part of the Foundations series, offers a comprehensive, clear and straightforward account of the law ideal for LLB or GDL/CPE students and those studying Land Law as part of the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives Level 6 examinations. Readers will gain a firm grasp of the essential concepts as well as an awareness of important developments in the law.

 

Each text in the Foundations series is rich in learning features designed to illuminate complex legal principles and promote solid understanding and confidence in legal study:

· Chapter aims and objectives outline from the start what you will learn in each chapter.

· Case summaries highlight the central themes of key cases in the subject, clearly set apart from the surrounding text.

· Chapter summaries draw together the main concepts covered in each chapter, cementing understanding.

· Further reading lists at the end of each chapter direct students to subject-specific resources to enrich understanding.

· Marginal cross-references help the reader make connections within the text and aid understanding of how the material fits together.

· Figures and diagrams help strengthen understanding of complex legal processes.

· Glossary of important legal terms provides a handy reference tool.

· Easy-to-read layout and attractive design promote comprehension.

 

 

A brand new text in the series, written by series editor and author of Law of Contract Paul Richards, this text applies the accessible but detailed style of the Foundations series to the complex subject of land law.

 

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Paul Richards was formerly Head of the School of Law at the University of Huddersfield. He has had many years of experience as a university lecturer in contract law, land law and trusts, and has acted as external examiner at numerous university law schools and various examining bodies.

 

 

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Author

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Paul Richards was formerly Head of the School of Law at the University of Huddersfield. He has had many years of experience as a university lecturer in contract law, land law and trusts, serves as Chief Examiner in the Law of Contract to the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives and has acted as external examiner at numerous university law schools and various examining bodies.