Commonwealth Caribbean Property Law

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Taylor & Francis, Apr 4, 2005 - Law - 350 pages

As a result of its immovable and indestructible nature, land law is subject to a wider variety of rights, obligations and interests than most other areas of law and can often prove daunting to those studying the subject for the first time. Written in the same clear and concise manner as the first edition, Commonwealth Caribbean Property Law guides students helpfully through this often complex and confusing core subject area.

This new edition brings the text fully up to date and incorporates:

  • a new chapter on the sale of land
  • new appendices of sample agreements relating to sale, lease and mortgage of land
  • discussion of recent important judgments from the Privy Council including Ramnarace v Lutchman and Wills v Wills
  • a critical approach to recent legal thinking.

With comprehensive coverage of all the main topics studied by undergraduates, this textbook is essential reading for LLB students as well as those on the CAPE law programme. The extensive coverage of landlord and tenant law from a Caribbean perspective, combined with an analysis of the substantive laws from several jurisdictions, also makes this text a useful and worthwhile reference tool for practitioners.

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