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(p. 429) 20. Licences and their enforcement 

(p. 429) 20. Licences and their enforcement
(p. 429) 20. Licences and their enforcement

Judith-Anne MacKenzie

and Aruna Nair

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date: 21 February 2020

Course-focused and comprehensive, the Textbook on Land Law provides an accessible overview of one key area on the law curriculum. This chapter considers the nature of a licence of land. It discusses how to distinguish a lease from a licence, and how to distinguish an easement or profit from a licence. It then discusses enforcement against the licensor; enforcement against successors of the licensor; and whether licences are becoming interests in land. The issues covered are also applied to two licensees in Trant Way: Henry Mumps and Bob Bell are each living in property owned by another member of their family.

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