- Author:Bernard Rudden,F. H. Lawson
- Publisher:Oxford University Press; 3 edition (May 23, 2002)
- Pages:224 pages
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F H Lawson and Bernard Rudden. Clarendon Law Series. Unique overview of all aspects of property law - most books only deal with land; this also covers personal property and trusts.
F H Lawson and Bernard Rudden. Explains the underlying themes and principles of modern property law enabling students to grasp overlapping areas of land and trust law courses. Fully revised and updated to include all recent legislative changes. F H Lawson and Bernard Rudden.
Law of Property book.
Natural Law and Natural Rights (Clarendon Law Series). Leslie Green is Professor of the Philosophy of Law and Pauline and Max Gordon Fellow of Balliol College, Oxford. Joseph Raz has been teaching at Oxford University since 1972.
By (author) Bernard Rudden, By (author) . The authors penetrate the surface of the common law of property and lay bare its deeper structure
By (author) Bernard Rudden, By (author) . The authors penetrate the surface of the common law of property and lay bare its deeper structure. Ranging from the fundamentals of land law to the ownership of used toffee papers, it explains the reasons for what are often taken to be just rules. Format Paperback 256 pages.
Clarendon Law Series. Recommend this journal. [Oxford: Oxford University Press.
1962 Law in Society By GEOFFREY SAWER. 1965 English Canon Law B ye. garth moore. 1967 An Introduction to the Law of Torts By JOHN G. FLEMING. n this and the next two chapters we shall state and criticize a position which is, in substance
LAWSON, Introduc-tion to the Law of Property, (1958), now published as . LAWSON & B. RUDDEN, The Law of Property, 2nd é. Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1982, and C. NOYES, The Institution of Property, (1936)
LAWSON, Introduc-tion to the Law of Property, (1958), now published as . NOYES, The Institution of Property, (1936). 169-180 : although the writer briefly points out the main differences in the conception of ownership in the civil law and the common law, the article focusses on owner-ship in the common law.
Lawson and Bernard Rudden.
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