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Title Landmark cases in property law / edited by Simon Douglas, Robin Hickey and Emma Waring
Published Oxford : Hart Publishing, 2015
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Contents Cover; Half-title; Title; Copyright; Preface; Contents; List of Contributors; Table of Cases; Table of Legislation; Part A: The Boundaries of Property; I. Tangible Things; 1. Banks v Whetson (1596); I. INTRODUCTION; II. THE REASONING IN BANKS V WHETSTON; III. THE FUNGIBILITY OF COINS AS MEANS OF PAYMENT; IV. MONEY AS THE SUBJECT OF PROPERTY; V. LIQUIDITY AND THE RULE NEMO PLUS IURIS; VI. CONCLUSION; 2. Yearworth v North Bristol NHS Trust [2009]: Instrumentalism and Fictions in Property Law; I. INTRODUCTION; II. BACKGROUND; III. YEARWORTH; IV. APPLICATION OF YEARWORTH; V. PROPERTY-ISH-NESS
6. Armory v Delamirie (1722): Possession, Obligation, and the Evolution of Relative Title to GoodsI. INTRODUCTION; II. ARMORY AND THE SPECIAL PROPERTY PRINCIPLE; III. EVOLUTION OF THE POSSESSION PRINCIPLE; IV. THE LESSONS OF ARMORY; V. CONCLUSION; 7. Bruton v London & Quadrant Housing Trust [2000]: Relativity of Title, and the Regulation of the 'Proprietary Underworld'; I. INTRODUCTION; II. THE FACTS, OUTCOME AND AFTERMATH OF BRUTON; III. UNDERSTANDING THE LEGAL NATURE OF LQHT'S AND BRUTON'S RIGHTS
IV. BEYOND BRUTON: USING RELATIVITY OF TITLE REASONING TO REGULATE OTHER 'PROPRIETARY UNDERWORLDS'V. CONCLUSION; 8. The Politics of Lloyd' s Bank v Rosset [1991]; I. INTRODUCTION; II. LLOYD'S BANK V ROSSET; III. CONCLUSIONS; II. Content of Property Rights; 9. Kuwait Airways Corporation v Iraqi Airways Company [2002]; I. INTRODUCTION; II. THE FACTS; III. THE LITIGATION; IV. CONVERSION AND PROPERTY LAW; V. WHAT COUNTS AS A CONVERSION?; VI. IMPACT OF THE DECISION; VII. A LANDMARK IN PROPERTY LAW?; 10. Belfast Corporation v OD Cars [1959]: Setting Parameters for Restricting Use; I. INTRODUCTION
VI. CONCLUSIONSII. Intangible Things; 3. Millar v Taylor (1769): Landmark and Beacon. Still.; I. INTRODUCTION; II. EARLY CONTROLS ON PRINTING: FROM LICENSING TO THE STATUTE OF ANNE; III. TESTING THE ACT OF ANNE -- ADDING TO A RIGHT OF LITERARY PROPERTY, OR REPLACING ONE ?; IV. MILLAR V TAYLOR : ON THE NATURE OF LITERARY PROPERTY; V. THE SCOTTISH CHALLENGE TO THE COMMON LAW RIGHT: HINTON V DONALDSON; VI. DONALDSON V BECKETT: THE END OF THE COMMON LAW RIGHT?; VII. LITERARY PROPERTY AND THE CAMPAIGN FOR AN EXTENDED TERM: THE 1842 COPYRIGHT ACT
VIII. THE PROBLEMS OF AN INTANGIBLE LITERARY PROPERTYIX. THE CONTINUING INFLUENCE OF MILLAR V TAYLOR ?; X. THE MODERN LAW; 4. Phillips v Mulcaire [2012]: A Property Paradox?; I. INTRODUCTION; II. LITIGATION HISTORY; III. THE MEANING OF 'INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY'; IV. THE MEANING OF 'TECHNICAL OR COMMERCIAL INFORMATION'; V. THE LIMITS OF SECTION 72; VI. CONCLUSION; 5. OBG v Allan [2007]; I. INTRODUCTION; II. WHY ECONOMIC TORTS ARE NOT A SUITABLE SUBSTITUTE; Part B: Doctrinal Issues; I. Acquisition of Property Rights
Summary This book explores the development of basic principles of property law in leading cases. Each paper considers a case on land, personal property or intangibles, discussing what that case contributes to the dominant themes of property jurisprudence
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Online resouce; title from PDF title page (EBSCO, viewed June 5, 2015)
Subject Real property -- Great Britain.
Form Electronic book
Author Douglas, Simon, 1983- editor
Hickey, Robin, editor
Waring, Emma, editor
ISBN 1509900268 (electronic bk)
9781509900268 (electronic bk)