• Publication Date: February 19, 2021
  • ISBN: Print (Paperback): 9781552215630
  • ISBN: Digital (PDF): 9781552215647
  • 356 pages; 6" x 9"
Filed Under: Property

The Law of Property

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Product Description

The law of property is the most commonly encountered area of law because we rely on it every day. Within a legal context, the word property refers to the rights that people have to their things, not to the things themselves. Property law serves as a framework for sharing our things with others, and thus often intrudes on various other areas of law: it intersects with the law of contracts whenever people buy and sell things; the wrongful interference with property may be a tort or a crime; and the power to make laws concerning property involves constitutional law.

The Law of Property provides an introduction to property law that is meant to be accessible to law students and readers with little to no legal background. It explores and explains the variety of different property rights that exist in Canadian law, the ways in which property rights can be created or transferred to others, and the resolution of disputes between people who claim competing property rights to the same thing. This book presents a thorough and enjoyable analysis of the law of property that will help readers understand both the subject as a whole and its finer details.

Foreword

Preface

Chapter 1: What Is Property?

Chapter 2: Ownership and Possession

Chapter 3: Title to Land

Chapter 4: Equity and Trusts

Chapter 5: Co-ownership

Chapter 6: Security Interests

Chapter 7: Other Interests in Land

Chapter 8: Sources of Rights

Chapter 9: Competing Rights

Table of Cases

Table of Legislation

Index

About the Author

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