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(p. 468) 16. Exam technique and the perils of question spotting 

(p. 468) 16. Exam technique and the perils of question spotting
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(p. 468) 16. Exam technique and the perils of question spotting
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Sandra Clarke

and Sarah Greer

DOI:
10.1093/he/9780198809555.003.0016
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date: 25 August 2019

This chapter offers some general advice to students on how to prepare for their land law exam. Firstly, it discusses the revision process and advises on how best to prepare for exam success. It offers some top exam tips, and suggestions on question spotting. It then presents some questions that are likely to be asked on the topics studied. These topics include all of the substantive topics covered in the book, including the nature of land, the structure of land law, the freehold estate, land registration, leases, adverse possession, co-ownership and the Trusts of Land and Appointment of Trustees Act 1996, easements and profits, covenants in freehold land, and mortgages.

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