Property LaweBook - 2008
Our possessions have enormous value to us - both in terms of economic value and in their significance to us. Property law in Scotland is a large, complex and important area of law, governing all manners of rights and obligations concerning money, goods, land, intellectual property and other types of possessions. Duncan Spiers explains the various ways in which people can take possession of different types of property, retain control over them, transfer them and recover possession of them when dispossessed of them. He defines all of the key concepts that students will need to understand in clear language, and then goes on to show how property law applies to different types of property. Summary sections of essential facts help you to identify and understand the key elements of the subject, and summaries of essential cases show how property law has been enforced and how it has evolved.