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Personal Property Law

Fourth Edition

Michael Bridge

April 2015

ISBN: 9780198743088

352 pages
Paperback
216x138mm

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Clarendon Law Series

Price: £24.99

In this revised edition, Michael Bridge provides a comprehensive analysis of the complexities of English personal property law. It includes new material on key case law and statutory developments. An invaluable resource for those coming to the subject for the first time.

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In this revised edition, Michael Bridge provides a comprehensive analysis of the complexities of
English personal property law. It includes new material on key case law and statutory developments. An invaluable resource for those coming to the subject for the first time.

  • The best short introduction for students who are new to the subject
  • A succinct and authoritative treatment of Personal Property Law
  • Provides and in-depth overview of this area of law

New to this edition

  • Covers all the important recent case law, including OBG v Allan, Datastream, and Yearworth
  • Includes new material on insolvency law, bailment law, and trusts and tracing

About the Author(s)

Michael Bridge, Cassel Professor of Comercial Law, London School of Economics

Michael Bridge is the Cassel Professor of Commercial Law at the London School of Economics and Professor of Law at the National University of Singapore. He is a Barrister and Bencher of the Middle Temple and a Fellow of the British Academy. He previously held chairs in law at McGill University, the University of Nottingham, and University College London, where he was also the Dean of the Faculty of Laws. He has been a Visiting Professor at the Universities of Leeds, Malaya, Hong Kong, Melbourne, Sydney, Auckland, and Mainz, and at Monash, Tulane and Bilgi (Istanbul) Universities. His research interests are in secured transactions and insolvency, international and domestic sale of goods, uniform law, private international law, comparative private law, and personal property law.

Table of Contents

    1.: Property Rights and Classes of Property
    2.: Interests in Chattels and Bailment
    3.: The Protection of Property Interests in Chattels
    4.: Further Property Protection and its Limits
    5.: The Conveyance
    6.: Transfer of Title
    7.: Transfer of Intangible Property
    8.: Security Interests in Personal Property

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