Product details

Publisher: 
Carswell
Practice area: 
Real property
Jurisdiction: 
General
Publication date: 
2008-08-19
ISBN: 
9780779813667
Carswell

Understanding Property: A Guide to Canadas Property Law, 2nd Edition

Availability: In Stock

Understanding Property: A Guide to Canadas Property Law, Second Edition incorporates new and leading cases in real and personal property in context with statutes from across Canada. It highlights intervening changes in the law since the publication of the first edition.

The guide features:

  • Expanded and updated analysis of Aboriginal title
  • Thorough analysis of the fundamental principles of personal property including the doctrine of possession, finding, gifts, bailment, and choses in action
  • Clear breakdown of real property issues including a historical framework, the common law doctrines of tenures and estates, future interests, co-ownership, rights and obligations of the freehold estate holder, and land conveyancing systems

Other features of this guide include:

  • A highly readable and readily understandable writing style
  • Illustrations and flow charts to visually distil the basic doctrines
  • A bibliography of other resources for more in-depth research
  • A table of cases and a comprehensive key word index
Carswell

Understanding Property: A Guide to Canadas Property Law, 2nd Edition

Availability: In Stock

Description

Understanding Property: A Guide to Canadas Property Law, Second Edition incorporates new and leading cases in real and personal property in context with statutes from across Canada. It highlights intervening changes in the law since the publication of the first edition.

The guide features:

  • Expanded and updated analysis of Aboriginal title
  • Thorough analysis of the fundamental principles of personal property including the doctrine of possession, finding, gifts, bailment, and choses in action
  • Clear breakdown of real property issues including a historical framework, the common law doctrines of tenures and estates, future interests, co-ownership, rights and obligations of the freehold estate holder, and land conveyancing systems

Other features of this guide include:

  • A highly readable and readily understandable writing style
  • Illustrations and flow charts to visually distil the basic doctrines
  • A bibliography of other resources for more in-depth research
  • A table of cases and a comprehensive key word index