by Roger Smith
In Property Law: Cases and Materials, Roger Smith brings together in one volume those cases and materials that a property law student is most likely ... Show synopsis In Property Law: Cases and Materials, Roger Smith brings together in one volume those cases and materials that a property law student is most likely to require to support a course in the subject. Law Commission reports and other materials supplement the extracts from cases and statutes which lie at the heart of the book. The author outlines the general principles of each topic, keeping the text deliberately light on references and minor points of detail, in order that the key principles are brought to the fore. In addition to drawing attention to the grey areas and controversies revealed in the extracts, the commentary and questions of varying difficulty link and critically discuss the various extracts, setting them in context. The result is a portable library of key sources which students will find readily digestible and navigable. This book is structured along the lines of, and is an indispensable companion to, the author's own textbook on this subject (Property Law, also in this series), but could be used with any textbook on land or property law. Property Law: Cases and Materials is particularly suitable for recommendation on LLB courses on property or land law; it also covers the requirements of CPE, ILEX and combined law degree courses.