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Cheshire and Burn's modern law of real property.
Burn, E. H. (Edward Hector), 1922-
18th ed. / E.H. Burn, J. Cartwright.
Oxford : Oxford University Press, c2011.
cxliv, 1206 p. ; 25 cm.
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Oxford : Oxford University Press, c2011.
contents note
An introduction to land law --The common law system -- Modification of the common law by equity -- Settlements before 1926 -- The simplification of the law: 1925, 1996 and 2002 -- The estate in fee simple absolute in possession -- Commonhold -- General characteristics and creation of leases -- Covenants in leases -- Termination of leases and recovery of possession by the landlord -- Statutory codes for special leases -- The strict settlement and the trust for sale before 1997 -- The trust of land -- Concurrent interests -- Future interests : the rules against perpetuities and accumulations of income -- Entailed interests and life interests -- Determinable interests and interests upon condition subsequent -- Easements and profits -- Covenants -- Rentcharges -- Mortgages -- Equities and proprietary estoppel -- Licences -- The contract -- Formalities required for the creation and transfer of estates and interests in land -- Capacity to acquire, hold and transfer estates and interests in land -- Unregistered conveyancing -- Registered conveyancing -- Extinction of estates and interests in land.
general note
Previous ed.: 2006.
catalogue key
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Review Quotes
"Review from previous edition: The work maintains its winning formula: a conventional coverage, the use of straightforward language, and an incisive and direct mode of legal analysis." --Conveyancer and Property Lawyer
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The eighteenth edition of this classic work on land law has been fully updated and revised to ensure that it presents the modern law of real property, the land law of the twenty-first century, whilst setting the modern law in the context of its historical foundations.

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