By Martin Dixon
Modern Land Law bargains a full of life and thought-provoking account of a subject matter that continues to be on the center of our criminal procedure. Dispelling any apprehension concerning the subject’s formidability from the outset, this compact textbook presents an soaking up and unique research of all of the key felony ideas with regards to land.
Written with scholars firmly in brain, the critical good points of this textbook include:
• a transparent creation to each bankruptcy which frames each one subject in its wider context;
• corresponding bankruptcy summaries which aid to consolidate studying and inspire mirrored image;
• the use of tables and diagrams to help figuring out of complex issues;
• a pleasant two-color textual content layout which enhances Martin Dixon’s understandable and fascinating writing;
• an updated companion web site which helps this textbook with a completely customizable testbank for teachers; self-test questions and perform exam-style questions for college students in addition to podcasts to maintain scholars up-to-date with new circumstances, very important judgements and different newsworthy matters on the subject of land law.
This 9th variation has been completely revised and up-to-date take into consideration key advancements within the legislations within the gentle of the legislations Commission’s tips on easements and covenants, in addition to the elevated effect of the HRA 1998 on case legislation. All significant fresh judgements and judgments should be included along a dialogue of proposals for reform and new laws.
Modern Land Law is among the most present and trustworthy textbooks to be had on land legislation today.
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These special cases will be considered where appropriate. In addition to the use of a deed, certain potential legal estates and interests must also be registered in the manner required by the Land Registration Act 2002. Failure to so register will render the relevant estate or interest equitable even if created or transferred by a deed – sections 7 and 27(1) of the LRA 2002. 23 To sum up then: proprietary rights will be legal where they fall within section 1 of the LPA 1925, provided that they originate in a deed (with minor exceptions) and so long as they 19 Eagle Star Insurance Company v.
After all, proprietary rights should – indeed must – be deﬁnable, identiﬁable and stable precisely because they can aﬀect the land for considerable periods of time irrespective of who now might own or occupy it. The deﬁnition tells us, in other words, that proprietary rights have a certain quality other than merely being connected with the use or enjoyment of land and it is this quality that makes them ﬁt to endure beyond changes in the ownership or occupation of the land. 2 Types of Proprietary Right Generally, and with some necessary simpliﬁcation for the purposes of exposition, ‘proprietary rights’ fall into two categories: estates in land and interests in land.
Failure to so register will render the relevant estate or interest equitable even if created or transferred by a deed – sections 7 and 27(1) of the LRA 2002. 23 To sum up then: proprietary rights will be legal where they fall within section 1 of the LPA 1925, provided that they originate in a deed (with minor exceptions) and so long as they 19 Eagle Star Insurance Company v. Green (2001). g. for the sale or gift of registered land) are deliberately cast as deeds for this purpose. 21 Leases for three years or less, giving an immediate right to possession for the best rent reasonably obtainable, provided that no lump sum is payable at the start of the lease as a condition of it being granted.