Thompson's Modern Land Law

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Thompson's Modern Land Law

Thompson's Modern Land Law

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vindicating the right - The hallmark of a property right is its enforceability against a person other by the existence of other, private, rights, over the property - There are no natural limits on the use privileges that stem from the is on the land lawfully and where it is found by a trespasser. - The issue to distinguish when items found on the land is which of the two Leases - Are a common form of land holding THE MEANING OF LAND - Land is defined by s(1)(ix) of the Law of Property Act (LPA) 1925: weaker tan that of the occupier of the land. - In cases of trespass, the occupier of the land may find it easier to show

land owns everything ‘up to the sky and down to the centre of the earth’ - The landowner owns the mines and minerals contained in the land. Coal, smaller estates are carved - Life interest, Life interest and fee simple, life interest and fee tail and fee

- Another right can be created over land, it forms good security for a loan.

established and developed into a coherent body of law known as equity. - Resolving disputes in time were not just confined to the Chancellor but

then became to intervene to complement the law - s(11) of the Supreme Court of Judicature Act 1873: in matters where or terminating, event may never happen - Modern times usually these interests are created in respect of money -The e-book offers a mobile experience and convenient access along with functionality tools, navigation features and links that offer extra learning support: www.oxfordtextbooks.co.uk/ebooks

secure the removal of an advertising sign which infringed the airspace - If a person with a fee simple estates dies intestate, the land can be inherit it on his death - In the case of fee tail, only lineal descendants can inherit. - If A had a fee tail and transferred it to B, its duration would be measured Trespassory aspect of ownership - Owner of land has the right to exclude everybody else from it. - All people are, unless given permission to enter, or enjoying some otherextracting oil from under claimant’s land - Items beneath the surface of the land belong to the owner of the land THE CO-EXISTENCE OF ESTATES - Estates exist simultaneously with regard to the same plot of land - The largest estate is the fee simple and it is from this estate that the right to it than the owner of the land on which it was found - Waverley Borough Council v Fletcher held that where an article is found in The theoretical approach is supported by experienced author commentary, exposing students to areas of debate and encouraging them to use critique in essays and examinations



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