This package includes a physical copy of Introduction to Land Law by Smith, as well as access to the eText and mylawchamber. "A comprehensive and concise introduction to land law, demonstrating great strength in clarity of the text without compromising coverage. The online support resources are particularly welcome." Dr Lucy Barnes, University of East Anglia "One of the few books in this area which lives up to its title. It really does give the student an introduction to the subject." Dave Powell, formerly University of Teesside "A clear, concise and accurate introductory text written by a leading authority in land law." Professor Antonia Layard, University of Birmingham "The text is clear and easy to understand. It explains the issues very well indeed without over-simplifying fundamental points." Professor Janine Griffiths-Baker, St Mary's University College Roger Smith's Introduction to Land Law presents a straightforward account of the law and its effects, providing clear explanations of legal concepts students often find difficult to grasp and illuminating the interesting and thought-provoking issues stemming from land law. The third edition incorporates leading decisions from the Supreme Court which have lately emerged in important areas of land law such as human rights (Manchester CC v Pinnock), leases (Jones v Kernott) and the family home (Mexfield Housing Co-operative Ltd v Berrisford). The chapter on the family home has been substantially revised to reflect recent developments.
Part 1 Introduction to land law1. Introducing land law2. Trusts and equitable interests3. Legislative reform: 1925 to 20024. Land and other property5. Human rightsPart 2 Acquiring interests and binding purchasers6. Adverse possession and fixtures7. Transfer and creation of interests in land8. Estoppel9. Ownership of the family home10. Priorities and registrationPart 3 Rights to enjoy land11. Successive and concurrent ownership12. Trusts of land13. Leases: types and requirements14. Leases: obligations and remediesPart 4 Other interests in land15. Licences16. Easements17. Covenants18. Mortgages