The core principles of land law are articulated clearly in this new textbook, providing a framework through which students can gain a sophisticated understanding of the modern land law system. Emma Lees' expertise in research and teaching ensures all topics are thoroughly explained in a friendly and accessible style. The textbook uses a unique structure: 'Chapter Goals' outline the key learning objectives while the core 'Principles' are summarised to conclude each chapter with a comprehensive overview of the topic at hand. Key cases are explained while examples illustrate problems and possible solutions. Students understand how to accurately apply the core principles to land law scenarios, while also conducting their own critical analysis of the subject area. The author's enthusiasm is imbued in the writing style; students actively engage with the key debates and at the same time develop an appreciation of the subject as a whole. A comprehensive interpretation of this subject, The Principles of Land Law is the ideal companion to a course in land law. Digital formats and resources This edition is available for students and institutions to purchase in a variety of formats, and is supported by online resources - The e-book offers a mobile experience and convenient access along with functionality tools, navigation features and links that offer extra learning support: www.oxfordtextbooks.co.uk/ebooks - The online resources consist of bimonthly updates on recent law changes.
1: Introduction - principles and themes of land law 2: Personal and property rights in land 3: Registered and unregistered land 4: Formalities and the creation of rights in land 5: Land registration 6: Adverse possession 7: Implied trusts 8: Proprietary estoppel 9: Freehold estate 10: Leases 11: Mortgages 12: Easements and profits 13: Freehold covenants 14: Estate contracts, options to purchase and rights of pre-emption 15: Priorities 16: Co-ownership 17: Property law and human rights 18: Torts