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Contemporary Perspectives on Property, Equity and Trust Law

by Prof. Martin Dixon

Contemporary Perspectives on Property, Equity and Trust Law Synopsis

This work counters the common perception that equity and trusts is a static area of law. The essays, written by leading academics and well established practitioners of the field, demonstrate both that the area is vibrant with new legislation and case law and show the value of reconsidering familiar topics in the light of new developments. The scope of the book is wide ranging, covering equity, trusts and property and is divided into two main sections: the law of real property, and the law of equity and trusts. In Part One, a variety of topics surrounding the law of real property are discussed: from unconscionability, and the protection of third party interests, to property, marriage and ownership, and the impact of equality law on landlord and tenant regulations. Part Two focuses on the regulation of trusts and trustees and the impact of new legislation on charities such as hospitals and schools.

Book Information

ISBN: 9780199219841
Publication date: 1st November 2007
Author: Prof. Martin Dixon
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Format: Hardback
Pagination: 248 pages
Categories: Equity & trusts,

About Prof. Martin Dixon

Martin Dixon, MA (Oxon); PhD (Cantab). Fellow in Law, Queens' College Cambridge. Visiting Professor of Law, City University, London. Editor of Ruoff & Roper, The Law of Registered Conveyancing and author of numerous books and articles on property law. Currently updating Megarry & Wade: The Law of Real Property. Case Editor, The Conveyancer and Property Lawyer. Gerwyn Ll H Griffiths is Professor of Law at the University of Glamorgan and is a Visiting research fellow at the University of Cambridge. He is a member of the editorial board of The Conveyancer and Property Lawyer, and Member of the Lord Chancellor's Department Consultation ...

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