Legal Titles in UK Law

  • Legal Pluralism, Gendered Discourses, and Hybridity in Land‐titling Practices in Cambodia
    • Nbr. 44-2, June 2017
    • Journal of Law and Society
    This article describes and analyses the tensions, ambivalence, and hybridity that prevail in the nexus between discourses of gender and the legal pluralism of the new, formalized, and customary way...
    ...... that prevail in the nexus between discourses of gender and the legal pluralism of the new, formalized, and customary ways of handling land titles. Based on empirical research in Cambodia, it reveals a number of mechanisms, challenges, and inconsistencies in the practice of land-titling. ......
  • THE USE OF AUTHORITY: CITATION PATTERNS IN THE ENGLISH COURTS
    • Nbr. 46-4, April 1990
    • Journal of Documentation
    • 287-317
    The use of law reports as a source for data on citation patterns in the courts of law has been pioneered in the United States and to some extent in Canada. Very little work has been undertaken with...
    ......Very little work has been undertaken within the English legal system until now. The difficulties faced are noted: the complexity of the ... included in all the issues of fifty-eight different law report titles issued during 1985. Since there is a degree of duplication in coverage of ......
  • Globalisation, Hegemony and Perspective
    • Nbr. 13-3, August 2015
    • Political Studies Review
    Globalisation has been treated as a homogenising, even Americanising, process. Its complex nature means that its effects can be observed at various levels of analysis: economic, political, social, ...
    ...... levels of analysis: economic, political, social, cultural and legal. The books under review here tackle different aspects of globalisation, ...Two titles deal specifically with British decline, albeit without a perspective ......
  • Property tax administration in developing countries: Alternatives for land registration and cadastral mapping
    • Nbr. 8-1, January 1988
    • Public Administration and Development
    The property tax is a widely used fiscal tool in many developing countries. However, property tax evasion and underpayment are common. This fact underscores the need for governments to administer t...
    ...... The registration of deeds and titles is discussed, as are the most appropriate means for their ..., the different types of cadastral systems, fiscal, legal and multi-purpose, and the survey methods necessary for ......
  • Micro‐ and macro‐economic effects: secreting assets to evade non‐business (private) obligations and responsibilities
    • Nbr. 10-2, April 2003
    • Journal of Financial Crime
    • 166-183
    Investigates the effects on the family and society when an American business owner hides his wealth from creditors and family members, based on a case study where a non‐custodial father moved funds...
    ...... Robert may be guilty of committinga number of wrongs that, in the US legal system,could result in civil and criminal charges. However,the question ......
  • 4. ARRESTING IMAGES/FUGITIVE TESTIMONY: THE RESISTANT PHOTOGRAPHY OF EVERGON
    • Aesthetics of Law and Culture: Texts, Images, Screens
    • 73-107
    Evergon’s Manscapes, accompanied by titles that do not provide exact locations of the places he photographs, accord respect to these spaces and in doing so preserve their status as commonplace imag...
    .......THE EVERYDAY AND TESTIMONYEvergon’sManscapes, accompanied by titles that do not provide exact locations ofthe places he photographs, accord ... whatis invested in culture as a legitimate object of scrutiny for “legal” meaning.Photographs are important because they supplement traditional ......
  • Indefeasibility of Title under the Land Registration Act 2002
    • Nbr. 2-1, January 2012
    • Southampton Student Law Review
    • Ross W. Martin
    • 15-25
    The Land Registration Act 2002 introduced a system of electronic conveyancing into English law without a clear hierarchy of norms and as such constituted a system that is highly threatening to the ...
    ...... As legal title is acquired only by registration, a constructive trust arises under ...6 Full access includes notably the right to register new legal titles. Read-only access is available to for private buyers and sellers. ......
  • Constraints and benefits of the blockchain use for real estate and property rights
    • Nbr. 12-2, July 2020
    • Journal of Property, Planning and Environmental Law
    • 109-127
    Purpose: Many recent social media posts and news may create a perception of big success in the use of blockchain for the real estate industry, land registration and protection of titles and propert...
    ...... for the real estate industry, land registration and protection of titles and property rights. Asobering outlook is crucial because misleading ... and mistaken data, addressissues of digital identity and privacy,legal complianceand enforceability of smart contracts and scalabilityof the ......
  • Registered Land Reform
    • Nbr. 24-1, January 1961
    • The Modern Law Review
    ......(fruitlessly perused generation after genera- tion by fresh legal minds) may generally be superseded by a short office copy of ... it should also be to provide a true record of legal titles, whether the transfer of that title is likely or not. In ......
  • Recent Book: Fire: Fire Investigation
    • Nbr. 42-10, October 1969
    • Police Journal: Theory, Practice and Principles
    ......, no doubt, to the recent in- crease in the availability of legal aid. Accordingly, practitioners are more than ever before becoming ...The chapter titles give an indication of the work's wide scope: Constitution; Where Appeal ......
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