11 land student materials for conjunction with lecture

11 land student materials for conjunction with lecture - A....

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Land Law ~ Introduction eal and Personal Property ± The Distinction: moveability ± The Rationale: tenure and estates ± Fee Simple/Fee Tail/Life estate/Lease Extent of Land Section 205(i)(ix) LPA 1925: “… includes land of any tenure and minerals whether or not held apart from the surface, buildings or parts of buildings… and other incorporeal hereditaments; and an easement, right, privilege benefit in, over or derived from land.” A. The Surface: Boundaries Usually unproblematic: ² Land Register/ Deeds ² Maps ² Contract of Sale ² Auction Particulars ² Photographs ² Surveyors’ reports ² Planning applications A. The Surface: Boundaries Presumptions: ± Roads ± Rivers ± Walls: Sturge v Hackett [1962] ± Hedges/ditches ± Estoppel and Adverse Possession
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Unformatted text preview: A. The Surface: Things Brought Onto Land Elitestone Ltd v Morris [1997] A. The Surface: Things Brought Onto Land Items that become part and parcel of the land Fructus naturales/industriales Lord Lloyd in Elitestone v Morris [1997] B. Airspace Kelsen v Imperial Tobacco [1957] Bernstein v Skyviews [1978] C. Below The Surface Case of Mines [1567] Mineral Development Act (NI) 1969 Petroleum (Production) Act (NI) 1964 D. Ownership of Chattels Found On/In Land I. Treasure II. (Other) Things Found Under the Surface III. (Other) Things Found ON the Surface IV. Wild Animals E. Landowners Rights are Subject to the General Law Examples: Planning Law Housing Law...
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