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Land Law
Land Law

Land Law


358 Pages, 6 x 9

Trade Paper, $47.99 (CA $65.00) (US $47.99)

Publication Date: August 2017

ISBN 9780993336577

Rights: US & CA

Hall & Stott Publishing Ltd (Aug 2017)

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Land law is of great importance in the commercial and financial sphere, as well as in the domestic life of the nation. But the issues involved and their practical resolution are complex. Land Law gives the reader a sound knowledge of the current law relating to land. It is suitable for students on GDL and LLB courses and is targeted at those new to studying law and coming to grips with the subject under time pressure. The book aims to provide clarity and focus to guide students through the rules without glossing over the technicalities found in this fascinating area of the law. It provides frameworks to apply to land law problems and considers 'real world' issues in contemporary land law.  Features in the book include key case summaries; discussion of the law in practice and reform proposals; examples, diagrams and flowcharts to help understanding; further reading sections; and test your knowledge questions.

Author Biography

Louise Glover is Director of Civic Engagement in the School of Law at The University of Sheffield. She joined the School in September 2010 and teaches Property Law (Land Law and Equity & Trusts) and the Law of Restitution, and has also taught Property Law & Practice and Business Law & Practice at the University's Centre for Professional Legal Education. She provides employability advice to students who wish to enter the legal profession and directs the Commercial Law student pro bono group.Kate Campbell-Pilling qualified as a solicitor in 1999 and specialised in commercial property acting for clients in both freehold and leasehold transactions. In 2004 she moved from practice to teach law at The University of Sheffield. She primarily teaches on the Legal Practice Course and the Graduate Diploma in Law. Kate is currently developing an innovative undergraduate module bringing commercial property and legal practice into the academic sphere.