Ais book sets out to provide them with extracts from the relevant statutes, illustrative cases, books, articles and command papers, etc. The explanatory passages are sometimes too terse to be very helpful. Magdsley and Burn now turns the former dearth iIlto sudden plenty and it will surely capture the market to a very 1arge exatent, as it deserves to do. In particular it covers the important issues contained in the Land Registration Act 2002 and the new rules relating to commonhold. The facts This content downloaded from 62. It is one thing to produce a book which is primarily a collection of casesLwith some statutory provisions interspersed, but it is quite another thing to produce one which marries up cases and statutory provisions in about equal proportions and the learned authors are to be congratulated on the way in which they have arranged the marriage Land law, as the authors say is a diflicult subject whi:ch must be understood and not merely memorised but in which students understand- ably are reluctant to leave the comforting orderliness of the textbook.
Ferris, which rxlakes the position clear; but it would be better to jettison the quotation from Williams and recast the introduction to the chapter and so get rid of the confusion. Case law developments covered affect easements, mortgages, co-ownership, leases and registration of title. Easements and profits a prendre ; 9. See all our books here, order more than 1 book and get discounted shipping. Easements and Profits a Prendre; 9. The work has caused at least one reader to think more deeply about various points of land laut than he has previously done arld to modify his lectures accordingly.
This content downloaded from 62. In a wofk of some 1,300 pages there are bound to be points on which a reader mat disagree with what is written. This book is in very good condition and will be shipped within 24 hours of ordering. This new edition contains some forty new cases. To end on a note of criticism would, however, be nlisleading as well as churlish.
In a wofk of some 1,300 pages there are bound to be points on which a reader mat disagree with what is written. To end on a note of criticism would, however, be nlisleading as well as churlish. All one's old friends are there, with tnany newer acquaintances too and the extracts from the judgments have been carefully chosen to provide t}ie reader with clear statements of principle. From United Kingdom to U. The spine of the book is still in great condition and the front cover is generally unmarked. Ferris, which rxlakes the position clear; but it would be better to jettison the quotation from Williams and recast the introduction to the chapter and so get rid of the confusion.
May not contain Access Codes or Supplements. Description: 1,100 pages cm Contents: Introductory topics -- Registered land -- Adverse possession and limitation -- Of actions -- Freehold estates -- The trust of land -- Leases -- The trust of land -- Concurrent interests -- Easements and profits a prendre -- Covenants between freeholders -- Mortgages -- Equities, proprietary estoppel and licences. More cross-references would also sometimes heIp. It has signs of previous use but overall is in really nice, tight condition. This book is dirty and has significant shelf wear, however all text is there and readable, as such it is acceptable for sale, and is still a good read. John Cartwright is a Solicitor, Student and Tutor in Law at Christ Church, Oxford, Professor of the Law of Contract at the University of Oxford, and Professor of Anglo-American Private Law at the University of Leiden.
Land Law: Cases and Materials. Yes, of course, but not every student can Jind his way round a lengthy statute and here the authors collect together for him all the sections pertaining to a particlJlar topic. Studying Emmet has been a stimu- lating experience, and he prophesies that others will find it so toov M. All one's old friends are there, with tnany newer acquaintances too and the extracts from the judgments have been carefully chosen to provide t}ie reader with clear statements of principle. This book has clearly been well maintained and looked after thus far.
Despite such minor matters as these and some more controversiaI matters, such as licences by estoppel pp. This book is dirty and has significant shelf wear, however all text is there and readable, as such it is acceptable for sale, and is still a good read. Misprints are very few on page 132 the reference to Note 1 tn the last line refers to the note on page 133, and on page 225 the same judge appears within a few lines as both Macnaghten J. Occasionally some long-established principle is stated without a qualifica- tion necessitated by later legislation. Maudsley and Burn's Land Law: Cases and Materials This book is in good or better condition. Both authors and publishers should be well pleased with their work. Equities, Proprietary Estoppel and Licences.
Book Reviews Book Reviews 327 straight by referring to Harold 'ood Brick Co. From United Kingdom to U. Students would also be helped by a clearer indication of the order in which sections 2, 3, 4 and 5 of the 1964 Act have to be applied. The selection of cases reprodluced, which is always the most controversial matter in such books, seems to this reviewer admirabIe. The E-mail message field is required. He is also the author of Cheshire and Burn's Modern Law of Real Property and Maudsley and Burn's Trusts and Trustees Cases and Materials.
It includes a wide range of extracts from cases, statutes, Law Commission reports and other literature, which highlight the key issues to understand the present law and its continuing development. Our products cover an extremely broad academic and educational spectrum, and we aim to make our content available to our users in whichever format suits them best. Money back guarantee if you are not satisfied. In particular it covers the important issues contained in the Land Registration Act 2002 and the new rules relating to commonhold. He is also the author of Cheshire and Burn's Modern Law of Real Property. Perhaps the next edition could contain more thought-provoking questions for students to brood over. We publish for all audiences—from pre-school to secondary level schoolchildren; students to academics; general readers to researchers; individuals to institutions.