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Pease & Chitty's Law of Markets and Fairs

By: Edward Cousins
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Published: 31-08-2012
Format: Hardback
Edition: 6th
Extent: 424
ISBN: 9781847667427
Imprint: Bloomsbury Professional
Dimensions: 248 x 156 mm
RRP: £150.00
 

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About Pease & Chitty's Law of Markets and Fairs

Established since 1899 as the standard legal work of reference and vital to lawyers, legal officers in local government, market officers and private market operators, Pease and Chitty's Law of Markets and Fairs includes coverage of the Government consultation paper on the market franchise rights, appendices on model by-laws, model regulations and precedents and full coverage of UK and European case law and developing legislation.

This edition contains complete coverage of case law over the last ten years since the previous edition. It includes coverage of the Land Registration Act 2002 which introduced a reduction on overriding interests affecting franchises. All chapters have been updated and a new list of appendices produced.



Previous ISBN: 9781845924935

Table Of Contents

Chapter 1 Introduction;
Chapter 2 Creation and Acquisition of Markets and Fairs;
Chapter 3 The Market Place and the Place for Holding Fairs;
Chapter 4 The Days and Hours for Holding Markets and Fairs;
Chapter 5 Toll and Stallage;
Chapter 6 Disturbance;
Chapter 7 Sales in Markets and Fairs;
Chapter 8 Forfeiture and Extinction of Markets and Fairs;
Chapter 9 Regulation, Administration and Control;
Chapter 10 Accounts, Rates and Taxes;
Chapter 11 Practice, Procedure and Evidence;
Chapter 12 The Irish Dimension.

Reviews

“Its importance as an authoritative work remains as high as ever.” –  The Commonwealth Lawyer

“This is a surprisingly interesting book for Irish lawyers, local authorities and, to some extent, historians…Celebrate our common law tradition. Read this book.” –  Robert Pierse, Law Society of Ireland's Gazette

“It is essential reading for lawyers and legal officers in local government and private market operators.” –  German-British Chamber of Industry and Commerce

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