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University Degree: Land Law
84 University Degree Land Law essays
- Marked by Teachers essays 2
'The 'mirror' principle, the 'curtain' principle and the 'insurance' principle form the tripod on which the whole English and Welsh system of land registration rests'.Explain, in detail, these three principles.4 star(s)
Good overall. The author has a strong grasp of the legal issues at hand, and the summary of the law on easements is very impressive. The author could do more…
- Essay length: 2308 words
- Submitted: 28/01/2005
- Marked by teacher: Edward Smith 18/03/2012
Good essay content wise. The author would benefit from a clearer structure as the essay is quite hard to follow. The law on tenant's fixtures is also slightly muddled in…
- Essay length: 1906 words
- Submitted: 14/03/2007
- Marked by teacher: Edward Smith 15/03/2012
- Essay length: 1480 words
- Submitted: 31/05/2012
This essay will attempt to critically evaluate some of the legal and policy issues that led to the enactment of the Party Wall Act 1996 and whether it has been successful.
- Essay length: 4017 words
- Submitted: 21/05/2012
- Essay length: 2869 words
- Submitted: 02/04/2012
Would the abolishment of adverse possession in relation to both registered and unregistered land been far preferable to the enactment of the Land Registration Act.
- Essay length: 3377 words
- Submitted: 18/01/2012
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