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Anger & Honsberger Law of Real Property, Third Edition (Print + ProView online)
By: Anne Warner La Forest, LL.B (U.N.B.), LL.M. (Cantab.)
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Contributors: Quinto Annibale, Dean William Flanagan, Professor Diana Ginn, Professor G. Thomas Johnson, The Honourable Gérard V. La Forest, Kathleen W. La Forest, Marie W. La Forest, Professor Margaret E. McCallum, Professor Albert McClean, Q.C. and Professor David A. Townsend Anger & Honsberger has been the authoritative voice in the practice of real property law in Canada for 50 years. Anger & Honsberger Law of Real Property, Third Edition, remains an invaluable tool no matter where you practise in Canada. Provides an expansive review of:
  • Estates, including leaseholds
  • Trusts
  • Future and concurrent interests
  • Easements and covenants
  • Conveyancing and remedies
  • Mortgages
  • Law of perpetuities
  • Title
  • Vendor and purchaser law
  • Public control of land and Crown lands
  • Contracts for the sale of land
  • Planning legislation
  • Aboriginal interests in land
This is a current examination of the law in terms of general principles, including the most recent case law and statutes. A must have for anyone practising real estate law. The variety of contributors providing sound insight into their respective areas of expertise makes this resource the most comprehensive text on the subject of real property in Canada.

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About the Author
Anne Warner La Forest, LL.B (U.N.B.), LL.M. (Cantab.) After working in private practice in Toronto for several years, Anne La Forest joined the Faculty of Law at Dalhousie University in 1991. From 1996 to 2004, she was Dean of the University of New Brunswick Faculty of Law. Professor La Forest currently teaches in the areas of property law, international law, comparative law, commercial law, conflict of laws, and feminist jurisprudence. She has written on many different topics including property, extradition law, international law, and labour and employment law. She is a member of the Bars of New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and Ontario, is a Fellow of the Cambridge Commonwealth Society and is currently a member of the Board of Governors of the National Judicial Institute.