Personal property law: text, cases and materials

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Hart, 2000 - Law - 716 pages
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Personal Property law is probably the most important and yet the most neglected and least understood aspect of English law. Historically, Personal Property law was neglected because it was commonly, but misleadingly, regarded as belonging to a number of entirely separate legal categories. The recent growth of specialist literature in this area is indicative of the increasing awareness of the importance of personal property law by practitioners.Personal Property: Text and Materials addresses the problem of the near invisibility of personal property law within the law curriculum by producing an integrated casebook that covers both the underlying philosophy and concepts of personal property law and the impact of evolving business practices on the development of the law. The book is inspired by a determination to produce a concept orientated approach to the study of personal property law, avoiding the specific-contract approach to the subject that has hitherto impoverished the study of the concepts and philosophy of personal property law in the United Kingdom.The book is aimed at undergraduate law students in commercial law courses as well as students in integrated property law courses. By considering all the branches of law that touch commercial transactions such as equity, trusts, property law and restitution, Personal Property: Text and Materials, is also ideal for students studying postgraduate commercial law programs who may or may not have qualifying law degrees.

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Contents

Yj DEFINING PERSONAL PROPERTY
3
OWNERSHIP AND POSSESSION
39
f 4 CONSENSUAL TRANSFERS OF INTERESTS
219
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About the author (2000)

Sarah Worthington is Deputy Director and Professor of Law at the London School of Economics and Political Science. Prior to joining the LSE, she taught at Birbeck College, London, and at the University of Melbourne.

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