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Modern Studies in Property Law - Volume 6

Editor(s): Susan Bright
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Published: 13-05-2011
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Edition: 1st
Extent: 394
ISBN: 9781782253525
Imprint: Hart Publishing
Series: Modern Studies in Property Law
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About Modern Studies in Property Law - Volume 6

The Modern Studies in Property Law Conference has become well-known as a unique opportunity for property lawyers to meet and confer both formally and informally. The eighth biennial conference was held at the University of Oxford in March 2010, and this book is the sixth in the series Modern Studies in Property Law. The volume is a refereed and revised selection of the papers given at the Oxford conference, covering a broad range of topics of contemporary importance, both nationally and internationally. The book includes chapters written by the key speakers at the conference: Lady Justice Arden, Professor Kevin Gray and Law Commissioner, Professor Elizabeth Cooke.

Table Of Contents

I: The 'Propertiness' of Property
1. Recreational Property
Kevin Gray
2. Lighting the Way Ahead: The Use and Abuse of Property Rights
Paul S Davies
3. Water Matters: A Study of Water-Related Problems in Property Law
The Rt Hon Lady Justice Arden DBE
4. From Obligations to Proprietary Interests: A Critique of the Charging Orders System in England and Wales
David Capper, Heather Conway and Lisa Glennon
5. Clash of the Titans: Article 8, Occupiers and Their Home
Sarah Nield
II: Doctrinal Development of Property Rights
6. The Rise and Fall of the Implied Periodic Tenancy
Jill Morgan
7. A Longitudinal Analysis of the Mortgage Repossession Process 1995-2010: Stability, Regulation and Reform
Lisa Whitehouse
8. Proprietary Estoppel, Promises and Mistaken Belief
John Mee
III: Easements, Covenants and Public Rights of Way:
Scope and Reform
9. The Genetics of Appurtenant Interests
Elizabeth Cooke
10. Framework for Land Obligations: What Can be Learnt from the Scots Law of Real Burdens?
Lu Xu
11. The Consequences of Genetic Engineering: A Comment on Lu Xu's Chapter
Elizabeth Cooke
12. Prescription and User 'As of Right': Ripe for Wholesale Reform?
Rowena Meager
IV: Land Registration
13. Morality and the Mirror: The Normative Limits of the 'Principles of Land Registration'
Aruna Nair
14. Bijural Ambiguity and Values in Land Registration Systems
Matthew Harding and Robin Hickey
V: Theoretical Enquiries about Property
15. The Numerus Clausus Principle and Covenants Relating to Land
Ben McFarlane
16. Conversion of Contractual Rights
Amy Goymour
17. Intellectual Property and the Concept of Dematerialised Property
Andreas Rahmatian

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