Principles of Irish Property Law

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Principles of Irish Property Law

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A comprehensive discussion of the main areas of property law.

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Author: Fiona de Londras| ISBN:978-1-905536-09-2 (1-905536-09-7) | Format: Paper Back | Price: €95 | Publication Date: September 2007

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Principles of Irish Property Law is a comprehensive discussion of the main areas of property law that concern undergraduate students as well as to those sitting professional examinations in the law of real property.

This book is deliberately student-focused and, as well as outlining and explaining the main tenets of Irish property law, represents the first fully-incorporated treatment of the Land and Conveyancing Law Reform Bill 2006 within a property law text. Each chapter comprises clear outlines of the current law of property including considerations of the latest case law as well as a consideration of how the changes to be introduced by the 2006 Bill may meet the reform needs of the Irish property law system.

Principles of Irish Property Law will be invaluable to students and lawyers, whether by introduction or re-acquaintance, and will undoubtedly become a leading authority for students who require a comprehensive yet accessible text for the study of property law in Ireland.

About the Author

Fiona de Londras BCL (Hons), LL.M (NUI) lectures in law at University College Cor.

Contents include

  • Foundational Concepts
  • Feudalism & Tenure
  • Equitable Principles in Land
  • Estates in Land
  • Future Interests
  • Trusts & Settlements of Land
  • Systems of Land Registration
  • Co-Ownership
  • Family Property
  • Licences
  • Freehold Covenants
  • Easements & Profits
  • Mortgages
  • Adverse Possession
  • Landlord and Tenant Law
  • Succession

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