Interest in Land in UK Law

  • A New Equitable Interest In Land*
    • Núm. 16-1, Enero 1953
    • The Modern Law Review
  • Teleological Interpretation and Land Law
    • Núm. 58-5, Septiembre 1995
    • The Modern Law Review
    It may also be presumed that contracts for the sale or other disposition of an interest in land (including leases) fall outside [the] provisions of [the Unfair Terms in Consumer Contracts Directive...
    ...... Interpretation and Land Law Mark Attew* It may also be presumed that contracts for the sale or other disposition of an interest in land (including leases) fall outside [the] provisions of [the Unfair Terms in Consumer Contracts Directive] (Chiffy on Contracts, ......
  • LEARNER'S LICENCE
    • Núm. 17-3, Mayo 1954
    • The Modern Law Review
    ...... A new interest, if it is to be capable as such of affecting third rties acquiring land, must be an interest in land-a right in rem. The mere ......
  • Law Com. 181: Reforming Trusts of Land
    • Núm. 52-5, Septiembre 1989
    • The Modern Law Review
    ...... of these modifications is to ren- The main point is that the priority of the Settled Land Act in relation to successive interests means that testators can inadvertently set up costly and troublesome strict settlements. Transfer of Land: Trusfs of Land, (H.C. ......
  • REGISTERED CONVEYANCING AND THE LAND LAW—A REPLY
    • Núm. 12-4, Octubre 1949
    • The Modern Law Review
    ...... First, as to the nature of the interest vested in the registered proprietor. The view which is, perhaps, more generally accepted is that this interest is an estate ......
  • Licences and Land Law: An Alternative View
    • Núm. 49-6, Noviembre 1986
    • The Modern Law Review
    ...... can arise on the same facts, why did the Court of Appeal decide upon a contractual licence rather than an estoppel interest? The answer must lie in the fact that by the time the case came before the Court of Appeal, the defendant had moved out ......
  • REPORTS OF COMMITTEES
    • Núm. 20-3, Mayo 1957
    • The Modern Law Review
    ...... which might by possibility fail to become vested in interest (if it vests at all) within the permitted period of a life or ... the rule, any other option to acquire an interest in land which purports to be exercisable for a period in excess of ......
  • REVIEWS
    • Núm. 55-2, Marzo 1992
    • The Modern Law Review
    Fridman on Torts Charlesworth & Percy on Negligence (8th ed)
    ...... law differ (for example, whether one needs to have an interest in land to be able to bring a claim in private nuisance (p ......
  • Reverberations in the Torrens system: a new Land Transfer Act in New Zealand
    • Núm. 11-2, Julio 2019
    • Journal of Property, Planning and Environmental Law
    • 87-107
    Purpose: On 12 November 2018, New Zealand's Land Transfer Act 2017 came into force. The purpose of this paper is to pinpoint some of the significant changes in the Act that challenge the fundamenta...
    ...... definition of land transfer fraudThere was no definition of “fraud”in the LTA 1952, although s 182 stated thatnotice of anunregistered interest “shall not of itself be imputedas fraud”. Insofar as it refers to fraud, s182 has been replaced by s 6 of the LTA 2017.The Law Commission ......
  • Nuisance — the Environmental Tort? Hunter v Canary Wharf in the House of Lords
    • Núm. 61-6, Noviembre 1998
    • The Modern Law Review
    ......Its origins lie in the medieval protection of rights over land, and it was used in the nineteenth century by wealthy landowners to ... has come to occupy a significant role, reflecting a resurgence of interest in private rights as a means of environmental protection. 2 For most of ......
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