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Land Law


ISBN13: 9781509910779
Published: March 2021
Publisher: Hart Publishing
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: Publication Abandoned



The aim is to begin with a 'blank slate': an imaginary state which has yet to develop a system for regulating humans' relationship with land. It will begin by setting out what features we might look for in an ideal system of land-holding, noting where these features may conflict. The book will then appraise the extent to which the solutions English Law has adopted adhere (or not) to these ideals. Thus, whilst covering similar territory to existing introductory texts, the focus is broadly reversed: the book will begin with theory - social, economic, etc - and then proceed to examine our positive doctrinal rules (eg registration, formalities, types of interest) by reference to the theories identified. Much has been written - on a very global level - about theories of land use, but this body of literature has not yet truly penetrated domestic Land Law (as opposed to Land Policy) literature.

Key Ideas in Law: Land Law will aim to bring some of that literature into mainstream legal discourse.In adopting this approach, the Key Ideas book will, essentially, be the reverse of the existing Land Law introductory texts: it will begin with theory and then proceed to doctrine. Inevitably for a short introductory book, it will not offer a comprehensive guide to the doctrinal rules, but will endeavour to offer a different way of understanding and appraising the most important doctrinal rules. The objective is that this approach will appeal both the newcomer to Land Law (eg prospective Land Law students, those with a passing interest in Land Law, and also perhaps those interested in the more social/economic aspects of Land use); and also those who are already well-versed in Land law, wanting a fresh way of evaluating/reflecting on our rules (eg students reaching the end of their Land Law studies).

Subjects:
Property Law

Series: Key Ideas in Law

Key Ideas in Administrative Law ISBN 9781509910618
To be published August 2023
Hart Publishing
£9.99
Key Ideas in Trusts Law ISBN 9781509938698
To be published July 2023
Hart Publishing
£12.99
Key Ideas in Criminal Law ISBN 9781509935192
To be published March 2023
Hart Publishing
£9.99
The Rule of Law and the Separation of Powers ISBN 9781509938773
Published July 2021
Hart Publishing
£12.99
The Rule of Law and the Separation of Powers (eBook) ISBN 9781509938780
Published July 2021
Hart Publishing
£11.69
(ePub)
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Key Ideas in Contract Law ISBN 9781509907212
Published August 2017
Hart Publishing
£10.99
Key Ideas in Tort Law ISBN 9781509909421
Published August 2017
Hart Publishing
£12.99
Key Ideas in Contract Law (eBook) ISBN 9781509907229
Published August 2017
Hart Publishing
£9.89
(ePub)
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Key Ideas in Tort Law (eBook) ISBN 9781509909438
Published August 2017
Hart Publishing
£11.69
(ePub)
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