UDL 3612 Land Law I Topic 2
Land under s. 5 of NLC includes anything that is attached to the earth or permanently
fastened to anything attached to the earth
Give rise to difficulty in determining whether a item forms part of the land (fixture) or
Land Law 1
Topic 9- Compulsory Acquisition of Land
The right of the State Authority to acquire private land within the states boundary may be exercised
whenever it is to balance the right of the state to accommodate public interest as agains
Malayan Customary Law Tenure
(usufructuary right: any person clearing the land, cultivated it and paid 1/10 of produce to Sultan can
Torrens System in FMS
Torrens System in UMS
(started with General Land Regulations of Perak,
(land tenure in UM
Land Law 1
Topic 5- Land Administrators Right of Way (LAROW)
S 388(1) of NLC
Subject to and in accordance with this Part, the Land Administrator may create rights of way over
land, which shall be known as Land Administrator's right of way
Land Law 1
Topic 4- Rights & Powers of State Authority
S 5 of NLC defines state land
"State land" means all land in the State (including so much of the bed of any river, and of the
foreshore and bed of the sea, as is within the territor
Topic 2: General Concept of Land Ownership
2.1 Definition of Land
- defined under s.5 of NLC
(a) the surface of the earth and all substances forming that surface;
(b) the earth below the surface and all substances therein;
(c) all vegetation
Sources of International Law
There is no formal machinery for making of law and there is no world government.
International law only comes into effect when states consent to it.
The general consent of the international community can be found in state prac
Topic 3: Extent of Ownership & Enjoyment of Land
3.1 Extent of ownership and enjoyment of land
- s44(1) of NLC
Any person/ body to whom land has been alienated, reserved land has been leased/ temporary
occupation license has been granted in respect of any
Land Law 1
Topic 8- Land Reservation
S 4(2)(b) of NLC
Except in so far as it is expressly provided to the contrary, nothing in this Act shall affect the
provisions of any law for the time being in force relating to Malay reservations or
Running Head: CORPORATE LAW
All shareholders and investors in any business entity provide capital under the
assumption that the managers and directors of the firm will do their utter
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Providing developers with an easy way to install drivers on Windows system
- Automated inf creation, using the name reported by the USB device
- Automated cata
Workshop 13 Europe: A Continent of Two Different
Aims of this workshop
This workshop is designed to introduce you to two particularly important European
organisations that have had a hugely significant impact on British sovereignty and on th
Workshop 3: EU LAW
3) The Treaty on the Functioning of the EU (TFEU) distinguishes between three types of competence and draws
up a non-exhaustive list of the fields concerned in each case:
Exclusive competences (Article 3 of the TFEU): the EU alone is a
Can be legal OR equitable interest in land. To be legal, it must fall within list
s.1(2) LPA. Easements can be a legal interest in land. This needs to be
granted forever or a specified fixed time.
Re Ellenborough Park Criteria
1. There must be d
What is a license?
IDC Group Ltd v Clark personal permission to do something on or over
land which creates no interest in it.
Thomas v Sorrell without a license such a presence would be actionable
as a trespass.
Licences are purely personal int
Two main ways a lender can obtain security
1. Personal Security
- entering into an agreement which, if the borrower does not repay the loan,
someone else is liable to do so,
2. Real security
- Making an agreement by which, if the load Is not
*MISSING PG 383 393, 421-432 OF STEVENS
Prior to 1997 (2 mechanisms)
1. Strict settlements (Back ground is important)
governed by the settled land act of 1925, ideally used in situations where family
wanted to retain one piece of
Rights of Contributory occupier
Is there a trust?
Is it a resulting trust or a constructive trust?
Is there a restriction (registered land) or a Notice(unregistered land)?
Are there any issues of the FLA 1996 Involved?
is there occupation?
if yes th
Land Law Seminar: Answering Exam Questions
N.B. The examiners would recognise the fact that there is a lot in this question
and would bear that in mind when marking. This sample answer provides detail on
all the issues covered, but the exami
Land Law Seminar Answer
3 possible interests leases, licenses and easements.
Lease exclusive possession for a term at a rent.
What can you establish?
Clearly a payment of rent and the term is a term certain (Prudential Assurance)
Street v Mountford exclus
University of Nottingham
School of Law
Semester 2: Tutorials 2010-11
1. Remember that all the specified materials - including cases and statutory material should be examined prior to the tutorial. The judgments in specified cases (and not
UNIVERSITY OF NOTTINGHAM
SCHOOL OF LAW
Answer the question overleaf.
Answers must not exceed nine pages.
Two copies of your answer, which should be word processed (or typed), must be
handed in at the Law School Ge
Land Law Preliminary Assessment (Student ID: 4107851)
(1) Title to Yantabulla (Y) is registered to Anderson (A) and therefore the principles
applicable to any dealings in Y would be governed by the Land Registration Act 2002 (LRA
2002). It is provided tha