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The Resource Property Law, Roger J. Smith, (electronic book)

Property Law, Roger J. Smith, (electronic book)

Label
Property Law
Title
Property Law
Statement of responsibility
Roger J. Smith
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Part of the Longman Law Series, Property Law is an indispensable guide to all aspects of this compulsory subject. It combines clear and engaging explanations of core property law principles with in-depth analysis of key theoretical concepts enabling the student reader to both understand and evaluate modern land law doctrine in order to provide them with the best possible basis for their study of the subject
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Cataloging source
EBLCP
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Smith, Roger
Dewey number
346.4204
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
Series statement
Longman Law Series
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Real property
Label
Property Law, Roger J. Smith, (electronic book)
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Description based upon print version of record
  • C. Constructive trusts: an oral promise by a transferee to hold on trust for the transferor
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Cover; Title Page; Copyright Page; Contents in brief; Contents in detail; Acknowledgement; Table of cases; Table of statutes; Table of statutory instruments; Part I Introducing property law; 1 Basic property principles; 1. What is property and property law?; 2. Ownership; 3. Some basic distinctions; 4. The new property; 2 The central concerns of property law; Introduction; 1. What interests bind purchasers?; 2. Creation and transfer; 3. The rights of the parties; 4. The effect on purchasers; 3 Human rights; Introduction; 1. The Convention rights; 2. Enforcement of Convention rights
  • 3. Convention rights in the courtsA. Horizontal effect?; B. Human rights in the exercise of proprietary rights; C. The exercise of proprietary rights: horizontal effect; D. The impact of human rights on property principles; 4 Trusts and equitable interests; Introduction; 1. Trusts; 2. The trust as a proprietary interest; 3. Other equitable interests; 4. Equities; 5. Equitable principles today; 5 Property interests; Introduction; 1. Land; A. Tenures; B. Freehold estates; C. Leases; D. Commonhold; E. Other interests; 2. Chattels; 3. Relative or absolute ownership?
  • 6 The role of legislation and registration for land interestsIntroduction; 1. The 1925 legislation; A. Restricting legal estates and interests; B. Overreaching; C. Registration of land charges; D. Assessing the 1925 legislation; 2. Land registration; 3. Other modern legislation and overview; Part II General principles: creation and transfer of property interests; 7 Original acquisition of property interests; Introduction; 1. Finding; A. Things found on, in or under land; B. Things found in chattels; C. Treasure; 2. Adverse possession; A. Justifications for adverse possession
  • B. Adverse possession against registered estatesC. Requirements for adverse possession; D. The effect of adverse possession; 3. Fixtures; A. General principles; B. Removable fixtures; C. Is a right to remove fixtures a property interest?; 8 The transfer and creation of property interests; Introduction; 1. Deeds; 2. Contracts for sales and dispositions of interests in land; A. Complying with the 1989 Act; B. Enforcing contracts that do not comply with the 1989 Act; C. Conclusions as to the 1989 Act; D. Electronic conveyancing; 3. Land; A. Transfer; B. Creation of interests
  • C. Electronic conveyancing4. Chattels; A. Transfer; B. Creation of interests; 5. Choses in action; A. Assignable rights; B. Statutory assignments; C. Claims by the debtor; D. Equitable assignments; E. Creation of interests; 6. Declarations of trust and equitable interests; A. Declaration of trust; B. Transfer of equitable interests; 7. Wills; 8. Restrictions upon transfers; 9 Formalities: rationale and trusts; Introduction; 1. Reasons for formality requirements; 2. Resulting and constructive trusts; A. Presumption of resulting trust; B. Transfers for fraudulent purposes
Control code
on1015886128
Dimensions
unknown
Edition
Ninth edition
Extent
1 online resource (724 p.)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781292095639
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Specific material designation
remote
Label
Property Law, Roger J. Smith, (electronic book)
Publication
Note
  • Description based upon print version of record
  • C. Constructive trusts: an oral promise by a transferee to hold on trust for the transferor
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Cover; Title Page; Copyright Page; Contents in brief; Contents in detail; Acknowledgement; Table of cases; Table of statutes; Table of statutory instruments; Part I Introducing property law; 1 Basic property principles; 1. What is property and property law?; 2. Ownership; 3. Some basic distinctions; 4. The new property; 2 The central concerns of property law; Introduction; 1. What interests bind purchasers?; 2. Creation and transfer; 3. The rights of the parties; 4. The effect on purchasers; 3 Human rights; Introduction; 1. The Convention rights; 2. Enforcement of Convention rights
  • 3. Convention rights in the courtsA. Horizontal effect?; B. Human rights in the exercise of proprietary rights; C. The exercise of proprietary rights: horizontal effect; D. The impact of human rights on property principles; 4 Trusts and equitable interests; Introduction; 1. Trusts; 2. The trust as a proprietary interest; 3. Other equitable interests; 4. Equities; 5. Equitable principles today; 5 Property interests; Introduction; 1. Land; A. Tenures; B. Freehold estates; C. Leases; D. Commonhold; E. Other interests; 2. Chattels; 3. Relative or absolute ownership?
  • 6 The role of legislation and registration for land interestsIntroduction; 1. The 1925 legislation; A. Restricting legal estates and interests; B. Overreaching; C. Registration of land charges; D. Assessing the 1925 legislation; 2. Land registration; 3. Other modern legislation and overview; Part II General principles: creation and transfer of property interests; 7 Original acquisition of property interests; Introduction; 1. Finding; A. Things found on, in or under land; B. Things found in chattels; C. Treasure; 2. Adverse possession; A. Justifications for adverse possession
  • B. Adverse possession against registered estatesC. Requirements for adverse possession; D. The effect of adverse possession; 3. Fixtures; A. General principles; B. Removable fixtures; C. Is a right to remove fixtures a property interest?; 8 The transfer and creation of property interests; Introduction; 1. Deeds; 2. Contracts for sales and dispositions of interests in land; A. Complying with the 1989 Act; B. Enforcing contracts that do not comply with the 1989 Act; C. Conclusions as to the 1989 Act; D. Electronic conveyancing; 3. Land; A. Transfer; B. Creation of interests
  • C. Electronic conveyancing4. Chattels; A. Transfer; B. Creation of interests; 5. Choses in action; A. Assignable rights; B. Statutory assignments; C. Claims by the debtor; D. Equitable assignments; E. Creation of interests; 6. Declarations of trust and equitable interests; A. Declaration of trust; B. Transfer of equitable interests; 7. Wills; 8. Restrictions upon transfers; 9 Formalities: rationale and trusts; Introduction; 1. Reasons for formality requirements; 2. Resulting and constructive trusts; A. Presumption of resulting trust; B. Transfers for fraudulent purposes
Control code
on1015886128
Dimensions
unknown
Edition
Ninth edition
Extent
1 online resource (724 p.)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781292095639
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Specific material designation
remote

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