Written by an expert author team, this book provides full coverage of the property, trusts and succession part of theAA²LLB syllabus in Scotland in one convenient volume. The book covers the new land law regime and is the firstAA²student textbook to cover the difficult subject of the Land Registration (Scotland) Act 1979 in detail and it does so itAA²the context of the planned reforms of the Scottish Law Commission. This important title will also prove a useful source of reference to practitioners seeking an introduction to this area of law. Contents: 1 Introduction; 2 Real rights; 3 Ownership; 4 Acquisition by voluntary transfer; 5 Registration of title; 6 Acquisition by involuntary transfer; 7 Derivative acquisition: some problems; 8 Original acquisition; 9 Co-ownership; 10 Matrimonial property, civil partnership property and cohabitation property; 11 Possession; 12 Servitudes; 13 Real burdens; 14 Landownership; 15 Tenements and developments; 16 Rivers, lochs and the sea; 17 Neighbour law; 18 Public access rights; 19 Leases; 20 Rights in security; 21 Liferent; 22 Trusts: what they are and how they are created; 23 Trusts: their life in health and in sickness; 24 Trusts: variation and termination; 25 Succession: in general; 26 Legal rights; 27 Testaments; 28 Destinations; 29 Intestate succession; 30 Execution of deeds; 31 Human rights; Appendix: the feudal systemWritten by an expert author team, this book provides full coverage of the property, trusts and succession part of theAA²LLB syllabus in Scotland in one convenient volume.
|Title||:||Property, Trusts and Succession|
|Author||:||George L. Gretton, Andrew J. M. Steven, Alison E. C. Struthers|
|Publisher||:||Bloomsbury Professional - 2008-12|