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Land law : text and materials / Nigel P. Gravells.

By: Gravells, N. P.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: London : Sweet & Maxwell, 2004Edition: 3rd ed.Description: li, 1080 p.ISBN: 0421792604 (pbk.).Subject(s): Real property -- England | Real property -- WalesDDC classification: 346.42043 Review: "The third edition of Professor Gravells' popular book, Land Law: Text and Materials is designed to fulfil the roles of both land law textbook and land law cases and materials book, enabling readers to examine topics in depth whilst reducing the need to refer to more than one information source." "The content and structure of the book reflects that of most undergraduate land law courses. It is therefore ideal for the busy student wishing to gain a detailed understanding of the subject matter of his or her lecture course." "This new edition incorporates the latest legislative developments, including, most significantly, the Land Registration Act 2002, along with a wealth of new case law. The author also examines the (provisional) recommendations contained in relevant Law Commission reports and consultation papers, the most recent of which is the Law Commission Consultation Paper on the Termination of Tenancies for Tenant Default."--BOOK JACKET.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

"The third edition of Professor Gravells' popular book, Land Law: Text and Materials is designed to fulfil the roles of both land law textbook and land law cases and materials book, enabling readers to examine topics in depth whilst reducing the need to refer to more than one information source." "The content and structure of the book reflects that of most undergraduate land law courses. It is therefore ideal for the busy student wishing to gain a detailed understanding of the subject matter of his or her lecture course." "This new edition incorporates the latest legislative developments, including, most significantly, the Land Registration Act 2002, along with a wealth of new case law. The author also examines the (provisional) recommendations contained in relevant Law Commission reports and consultation papers, the most recent of which is the Law Commission Consultation Paper on the Termination of Tenancies for Tenant Default."--BOOK JACKET.

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