Boundaries and Easements

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Sweet & Maxwell, 2002 - Adjoining landowners - 738 pages
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The third edition of this established reference on two major aspects of property law contains all the necessary information for preparing a case on boundaries or easements, including precedents. It adopts a practical approach focusing on current law and practice and addresses practical and procedural matters relating to this kind of litigation. The text takes account of the changes heralded by the Land Registration Act 2002, the Utilities Act 2000, the Party Wall Act 1996, Countryside and Rights of Way Act 2000 and the Civil Procedures Rules. It has been updated with six years' developments in case law, including R v Oxfordshire CC ex p Sunningwell PC. Every chapter deals specifically with the major aspects of conveyancing, from the extrinsic evidence surrounding boundary cases to the creation and termination of easements.

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Table of Cases
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Table of Statutes
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