Interest in Property in UK Law

  • Interest rate risk and time‐varying excess returns for Asian property stocks
    • Num. 24-3, May 2006
    • Journal of Property Investment & Finance
    • 188-210
    Purpose: Aims to investigate whether the level and volatility of interest rates affect the excess returns of major Asian listed property markets within a time‐varying risk framework. Design/method...
  • What Is Meant by ‘Obtaining’ Property under the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002, Who Obtains It, and What Is the Value of the Interest Obtained?: R v Ahmad; R v Fields [2014] UKSC 36
    • Num. 78-5, October 2014
    • Journal of Criminal Law, The
  • High Court
    • Num. 60-3, August 1996
    • Journal of Criminal Law, The
    ...... That rule is applied, by s 2(4), to any beneficial interest in property which, apart from the forfeiture rule, he would have ......
  • Offices with services or serviced offices? Exploring the valuation issues
    • Num. 19-4, August 2001
    • Journal of Property Investment & Finance
    • 412-426
    This paper explores the conceptual and methodological issues relating to the valuation and appraisal of commercial properties where revenue generated by the provision of additional services constit...
    .... JPIF19,4412Journal of Property Investment &Finance, Vol. 19 No. 4, 2001,pp. 412-426. #MCB ...Second,the implications of the growing interest of landlords in acting as access managers and suppliers totheir tenants ......
  • Civil Recovery of Criminal Assets and Terrorist Property: Harare Scheme on Mutual Assistance and Draft Model Legislative Provisions
    • Criminal Law Issues
    • Memoranda
    • Commonwealth Secretariat
    • 177-193
    Introduction. Draft model law on civil recovery of criminal assets including terrorist property. Consideration by senior officials. Action by law ministers. Annex 1. Draft commonwealth model legisl...
    ...... . (i) used in or in connection with unlawful activity; . (ii) that facilitates or is otherwise concerned in unlawful activity; . . (d) "interest" in relation to property means: . . (i) a legal or equitable estate or interest in the property; . (ii) a right, power or privilege in connection ......
  • Enclosure, Common Right and the Property of the Poor
    • Num. 17-3, September 2008
    • Social & Legal Studies
    Although considerable research has been conducted into the dynamics of commons in rural settings, we still know very little about common property within cities. Given the hegemony of certain models...
    ...... through intensive patterns of use and collective habitation, is fiercely moral, reliant upon political claims and the exclusion of interests that threaten enclosure. For inner-city activists contesting displacement, the commons is real. As such, gentrification, and related dynamics, can ......
  • NOTES OF CASES
    • Num. 18-6, November 1955
    • The Modern Law Review
    Equitable Priorities and the Matrimonial Home
    ......~TRIMONIAL HOME ONE of the chief difficulties of the property" lawyer asked to advise on a case affecting the deserted wife\xE2"... by the wife did not constitute notice of her interest; (2) that the wife’s interest could be overridden by a ......
  • The assessment of worth: the need for standards
    • Num. 18-1, February 2000
    • Journal of Property Investment & Finance
    • 52-65
    Buy/sell decisions in the property market, as in most markets, are based on individual or professional opinions that the exchange price is below or above the individual’s opinion of worth. This art...
    .... JPIF18,152Journal of Property Investment &Finance, Vol. 18 No. 1, 2000,pp. 52-65. #MCB University ..., or rental price or value, on any given basis in respect ofan interest in property, with or without associated information, assumptions ......
  • Swaps Litigation: Westdeutsche Landesbank Girozentrale v Islington LBC
    • Num. 4-3, January 1997
    • Journal of Financial Crime
    • 250-252
    An interest rate swap is an agreement between two parties by which one party (‘the fixed rate payer’) agrees to pay the other (‘the floating rate payer’) interest on a notional principal sum at a f...
    ...... Landesbank Girozentrale v Islington LBC Karen Houston An interest rate swap is an agreement between two parties by which one party ('the ... Brougham5 the bank submitted that whenever the legal interest in property was vested in one person and the equitable interest remained in another, ......
  • Never Trust a Man…
    • Num. 56-1, January 1993
    • The Modern Law Review
    ...... defendant’s contribution had come from the sale of a property in Coventry. However, because she was a judgment debtor in the ... to make the loan if it was discovered she was jointly interested in the transaction. It was clear, and it was not disputed in ......
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