Product details

Publisher: 
Carswell
Practice area: 
Real property
Jurisdiction: 
General
Publication date: 
2018-07-27
ISBN: 
9780779886203
Carswell

Principles of Property Law, Seventh Edition

Author: Bruce Ziff
Availability: In Stock

Principles of Property Law, Seventh Edition is one of the leading text on property law that introduces the fundamentals of the law of property in Canada.

It lays the foundation for property-related areas, including real estate conveyancing and land registration, landlord and tenant law, estate planning and succession, trusts, equity and restitution, Aboriginal rights, bailments, and mortgage remedies.

New in this edition

  • All 12 chapters have been updated to reflect legislative, jurisprudential, and policy developments
  • Enhanced primary and secondary materials to span a broad range of common law jurisdictions

Expanded commentary on

  • Argument in favour of private property involving human flourishing on a societal level
  • Accretion in the context of lateral boundaries
  • Rules of recognition of Aboriginal lands
  • Conventional forms of constructive trusts
  • Public policy and state-imposed restraints on the right to alienate
  • Limits placed on tenants regarding assignments and subleases
  • Proprietary status of licences
  • Running of burdens in equity
  • Covenants over personalty
  • Indefeasibility and its qualifications
Carswell

Principles of Property Law, Seventh Edition

Author: Bruce Ziff
Availability: In Stock

Description

Principles of Property Law, Seventh Edition is one of the leading text on property law that introduces the fundamentals of the law of property in Canada.

It lays the foundation for property-related areas, including real estate conveyancing and land registration, landlord and tenant law, estate planning and succession, trusts, equity and restitution, Aboriginal rights, bailments, and mortgage remedies.

New in this edition

  • All 12 chapters have been updated to reflect legislative, jurisprudential, and policy developments
  • Enhanced primary and secondary materials to span a broad range of common law jurisdictions

Expanded commentary on

  • Argument in favour of private property involving human flourishing on a societal level
  • Accretion in the context of lateral boundaries
  • Rules of recognition of Aboriginal lands
  • Conventional forms of constructive trusts
  • Public policy and state-imposed restraints on the right to alienate
  • Limits placed on tenants regarding assignments and subleases
  • Proprietary status of licences
  • Running of burdens in equity
  • Covenants over personalty
  • Indefeasibility and its qualifications