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Land Law

Seventh Edition

Kevin Gray and Susan Francis Gray

July 2011

ISBN: 9780199603794

704 pages
Paperback
234x156mm

Core Texts Series

Price: £30.99

Gray and Gray's Land Law covers all the core elements of the subject, providing contextual analysis that explores the social, political and economic significance of land law. The authors take a critical approach and guide students through the complexities of the subject through the use of diagrams, summaries and self-test questions.

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Gray and Gray's Land Law covers all the core elements of the subject, providing contextual analysis that explores the social, political and economic significance of land law. The authors take a critical approach and guide students through the complexities of the subject through the use of diagrams, summaries and self-test questions.

  • Combines high level academic discussion with a straightforward and student-friendly writing style in a concise and manageable format
  • Offers sophisticated analysis of the socio-political and economic debates within land law as well as giving an authoritative overview of the key principles of the subject
  • Chapter summaries, self-assessment questions, diagrams and a broad selection of further reading help reinforce the key issues discussed in the text and enable students to go on to excel in their study of the subject

About the Author(s)

Kevin Gray, Dean of Trinity College, Cambridge and Professor of Law at the University of Cambridge and National University of Singapore, and Susan Francis Gray, Solicitor of the Senior Courts and sometime Assistant Land Registrar at HM Land Registry

Kevin Gray is Dean of Trinity College, Cambridge and a Professor of Law in the University of Cambridge and the National University of Singapore.

Susan Francis Gray is a Solicitor of the Senior Courts, and sometime Assistant Land Registrar at HM Land Registry.

Table of Contents

    1: Fundamental concepts
    2: Possession and title
    3: Freehold ownership
    4: Leasehold ownership
    5: Easements and profits à prendre
    6: Security interests in land
    7: Beneficial ownership
    8: Dealings and their effect
    9: Other modes of acquisition
    10: Privacy, access and exclusion
    11: Public regulation of land

Reviews

Land Law is an excellent guide to real property law... a vital text for students. - Student Law Journal, February 2012

Written in a coherent style, logically arranged with invaluable summaries at the start of each chapter. - Student Law Journal, February 2012

The substantive text is also excellent with the authors referring the reader, where appropriate, to relevant statutes, cases and other parts of the text: this saves considerable time. - Student Law Journal, February 2012

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