Written with both legal students and practitioners in mind, this highly specialist book is widely recognised as the definitive guide to Irish land law.
Comprehensive and clear, this book not only covers the subject of Irish land law with depth and detail, it also offers invaluable information on equity, trusts and succession.
The fifth edition of Irish Land Law includes coverage of changes to the controversial law of prescription introduced by the Civil Law (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 2011 and the continuing controversy over lenders' ability to enforce mortgages which stems from a series of judicial decisions interpreting the Land and Conveyancing Law Reform Act 2009. Also included are developments relating to easements, trusts of land, mortgages and judgment mortgages.
This title will naturally be of great use to solicitors, barristers, students of land law and government departments, however it will also be of interest to property consultants, real estate agents and financial institutions.
Irish Land Law joins with John Wylie's other extensive work in conveyancing law and landlord and tenant law to cement Wylie's place as one the most esteemed authors in Irish property law. His other titles include Landlord and Tenant Law and The Land and Conveyancing Law.
Professor John Wylie is a well-known author on Irish property law. He was a Consultant to the Law Reform Commission on various reform projects it carried out between 2001 and 2008 and he played a leading role in the Joint Project with the Department of Justice, Equality and Law Reform.