Journals Higher Education

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05 July 2012

500 Pages

9.7 x 7.4 inches

ISBN: 9780199699285


Bookseller Code (06)

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Land Law Directions

Third Edition

Sandra Clarke and Sarah Greer

  • Includes a final chapter which focuses on a fictional piece of land and illustrates how the topics covered in the preceding chapters link together and apply in practice. This chapter provides a valuable overview of how land law works in the real world making it ideal preparation for both exams and your future career.
  • Includes a chapter dedicated to exam advice and example questions and answers for each topic, as well as revision podcasts and multiple choice questions to fully support students throughout their course
  • Straight-forward and engaging writing style quickly clarifies complex points and explains key terminology
  • Case summaries, examples, and photographs throughout provide valuable context and clarify key points, helping to bring the subject to life
  • Definitions, diagrams and cross-references throughout make the text easy to follow and understand
  • Accompanied by an extensive Online Resource Centre which contains further topics, revision podcasts, multiple choice questions and updates to the law since publication
  • Discussion of the Supreme Court decision in Jones v Kernott [2011] UKSC 53, which provides clarity and guidance in the traditionally difficult area of coownership of the family home
  • The Court of Appeal decision in Mew v Tristmire [2011] EWCA Civ 912 on the fixture/chattel distinction
  • The Court of Appeal decision in Baxter v Mannion [2011] EWCA Civ 120 on rectification of the register against a 'bogus' adverse possessor
  • Discussion of the latest significant cases on undue influence and on easements, as well as the Law Commission recommendations on easements, profits and covenants in
  • A new end-of-chapter feature entitled 'The Bigger Picture' which sets the subject in context and suggests further opportunities for research on topics covered in the chapter.
  • Multiple choice questions added to the Online Resource Centre which provide instant feedback and enable student to test their knowledge of key areas
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