An Introduction to Real Property Law, 7th Edition
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The seventh edition again provides a succinct introduction to the basic concepts used in common law jurisdictions in determining claims about rights and obligations in real property.
New in this Edition
- New commentary on challenges for property law in the 21st Century
- Additional content on the doctrine of waste and on qualified freehold estates
- New content on leases in the resource sector
- Expanded commentary on land use regulation
- Completely revised chapter on Aboriginal Peoples' rights
- Revised discussion of the rule against perpetuities and statutory reform of the rule
- Updated coverage of developments in family property law
Topics covered include:
- Freehold and leasehold estates
- Equitable interests in land and the Statute of Uses
- Determinable and defeasible estates
- Joint tenancies and tenancies in common
- Other forms of concurrent ownership
- The rule against perpetuities
- Treaty rights and aboriginal rights to land and resources
- Family property
Additional features include sample review problems and a glossary of terms.
A great resource for:
- Law students/professors – a teaching tool for the academic market, this text provides students with a foundational understanding of property law principles
- Real Estate practitioners and small firms – a guide to navigating issues related to real property law
- Litigation lawyers – an introduction to foundational issues and principles that arise in areas of law related to real property, or property aspects of a client's situation
- Libraries – basic information for lawyers and students who do not regularly deal with real property matters
Table of contents
Chapter 1: The Framework of Canadian Property Law
Chapter 2: Freehold Estates
Chapter 3: Qualified Freehold Estates
Chapter 4: Leasehold Estates
Chapter 5: Ownership, Title and Limits on Ownership
Chapter 6: Aboriginal Peoples' Rights to Land and Natural Resources
Chapter 7: Licences, Incorporeal Hereditaments and Covenants
Chapter 8: Reversions, Remainders and the Legal Remainder Rules
Chapter 9: Equitable Estates, the Statute of Uses and the Modern Trust
Chapter 10: The Rule against Perpetuities
Chapter 11: Concurrent Co-ownership
Chapter 12: Family Property
Chart: Analyzing the Validity of Conveyances
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