Property and Conveyancing in UK Law

  • Conveyancing And The Property Acts Of 1925
    • Nbr. 24-1, January 1961
    • The Modern Law Review
  • Legal challenges and opportunities of blockchain technology in the real estate sector
    • Nbr. 12-2, July 2020
    • Journal of Property, Planning and Environmental Law
    Purpose: Blockchain, which was originally created to enable peer-to-peer digital payment systems (bitcoin), is considered to have several benefits for different sectors, such as the real estate one...
  • Cohabitants, Property and the Law: A Study of Injustice
    • Nbr. 72-1, January 2009
    • The Modern Law Review
    With cohabitation outside marriage becoming increasingly common, the law's response to the problems that arise on separation has become a key issue for public and family policy. This article draws ...
    • Nbr. 37-5, September 1974
    • The Modern Law Review
    Book reviewed in this article: Discretion to Disobey. By M. R. Kadish and S. H. Kadish. Fundamental Rights: A volume of essays to commemorate the fiftieth anniversary of the founding of the Law Sch...
    • Nbr. 23-1, January 1960
    • The Modern Law Review
    Book reviewed in this article: Authority. Edited By Carl J. Friedrich. Strukturprobleme Der Modernen Demokratie. By Gerhard Leibholz The Professor And The Commissions. By Bernard Schwartz. Social C...
  • Overreaching In Registered Land Law
    • Nbr. 69-2, March 2006
    • The Modern Law Review
    Beneficial interests under a trust were not intended to be overriding interests under section 70(1)(g) of the Land Registration Act 1925. The position was altered by Williams & Glyn's Bank Ltd ...
    • Nbr. 40-6, November 1977
    • The Modern Law Review
    • Nbr. 33-1, January 1970
    • The Modern Law Review
    • Nbr. 26-2, March 1963
    • The Modern Law Review
    The Trial of Adolf Eichmann. By Lord Russell of Liverpool. An Introduction to Roman Law. By Barry Nicholas. Il Positivismo Giuridico Inglese. By Mario A. Cattaneo. Charlesworth on Negligence. Fourt...
  • Indefeasibility of Title under the Land Registration Act 2002
    • Nbr. 2-1, January 2012
    • Southampton Student Law Review
    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 ...
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