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Easements.


Gale on Easements

Jonathan Gaunt QC and The Hon Mr Justice Morgan QC

Gale on Easements is the leading authority on all aspects of the law relating to easements. The new 19th edition incorporates and explains all important recent case law. It also cotains a review of the recent case law on the general principles applied to the construction of express grants. In addition there is an analysis of how rights of light deeds work so as to bind successors, coverage of the significant number of cases on the Party Wall Act, and a discussion of the Law Commission’s proposals.

ISBN: 9780414043787
Format: Hardback
Published: December 2012
Price: £270.00
Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell

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Private Rights of Way

Stephen Bickford-Smith, Nick Taggart and Alison Oakes

Private Rights of Way sets out the law and practice relating to the creation, acquisition, maintenance, extinguishment, and remedies for wrongful interference with private rights of way. Problems often occur when someone blocks or restricts a right of way, or where one of the parties wishes to change the route of the right of way, or when the properties affected are transferred. Disputes over the maintenance of the right of way are also common. Guidance is given on practical drafting issues as well as evidence and procedure, together with precedents.

ISBN: 978 0 85308 852 3
Format: Hardback
Published: December 2012
Price: £75.00
Publisher: Jordans

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Rights of Light

Stephen Bickford-Smith and Andrew Francis, with chapters on valuation by Elizabeth de Burgh Sidley and on Human Rights by David Blundell

Rights of Light is a popular work providing practical explanation of law and practice including a review of case law on the subject. It also provides a comprehensive review of the acquisition and establishment of rights and proceedings for infringement. In addition there is expert commentary on measurement and valuation techniques provided by chartered surveyors.

ISBN: 978 1 84661 024 0
Format: Hardback
Published: June 2007
Price: £69.00
Publisher: Jordans

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