Property and Protection: Legal Rights and Restrictions : Essays in Honour of Brian W. Harvey

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Brian W. Harvey, Franklin Meisel, Peter J. Cook
Hart Publishing, 2000 - Law - 317 pages
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This collection of essays is dedicated to Brian Harvey,the retired Professor of Property Law at the University of Birmingham. The contributions reflect his eclectic interests and bring new insights to issues of property law, both real and personal, consumer protection, auction sales and tax. Historical, human rights, public law, European Community and international aspects are addressed in addition to persistent domestic conveyancing concerns. Contributors: Peter Cook, David Feldman, Jonathan Harris, Tim Kaye, Jeremy McBride, Frank Meisel, Norman Palmer, Deborah Parry, David Salter, Carla Shapreau, John Stevens, Mark Thompson, Nick Wikeley and John Wylie.
 

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Contents

Finding Bailment and the Fruits of Crime
1
2 Property and Public Protest
31
Commodity for Sale or Property Right?
61
4 Compensation Restitution and Human Rights in PostCommunist Europe
87
Fact or Fiction?
107
6 An Irish Perspective on Protecting a Nonowning Spouse in the Home
135
7 Monied Might or Social Justice? Mortgage Repossessions and the Protection of Occupiers
157
8 Is Justice a Priority in Priorities? Law Reform and the ReIntroduction of Morality to Registered Conveyancing
177
9 Coownership of Property Valuation vires and Entitlement to Meanstested Benefits
195
10 The Impact of the European Community on the UK Consumer
223
11 Consumer Protection in Private International Law
245
Illegal Immoral or Fattening? A 1999 Perspective
269
13 A Nod and a Wink the Problem of Disappointed Buyers at Auction
289
The Law as it Relates to Violin Commerce
305
Index
315
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Peter Cook is a Lecturer in Law at the University of Birmingham.Peter Cook is a Lecturer in Law at the University of Birmingham.

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