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(p. 3) 2. Important principles of land law 

(p. 3) 2. Important principles of land law
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(p. 3) 2. Important principles of land law
Author(s):

Robert Abbey

and Mark Richards

DOI:
10.1093/he/9780198823223.003.0002
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date: 21 November 2019

Land Law is an important foundation for the study of Property Law and Practice (PLP). This chapter summarizes the fundamental principles of land law. It covers estates and interests in land; trusts and co-ownership; easements; freehold covenants; leases; mortgages; and third party rights, overriding interests, and the register and classes of title.

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