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The Resource Cases and Notes on Land Law

Cases and Notes on Land Law

Label
Cases and Notes on Land Law
Title
Cases and Notes on Land Law
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
MiAaPQ
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Laskin, Bora
Dewey number
346.71043
LC call number
KE625.A7 .L375 1958
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
Series statement
Heritage
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Landlord and tenant-Canada-Cases
  • Real property-Canada-Cases
Label
Cases and Notes on Land Law
Instantiates
Publication
Copyright
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Cover -- PREFACE -- TABLE OF CASES -- INTRODUCTION -- I. HISTORICAL BACKGROUND -- 1. The Feudal System -- 2. Land Law and Tenure in Canada -- II. POSSESSORY ESTATES -- 1. Doctrine of Estates -- 2. Seisin and Possession -- 3. Seisin and Conveyancing -- 4. Common Law Consequences -- III. ESTATE IN FEE SIMPLE -- 1. Characteristics and Mode of Creation -- 2. The Rule of "No Remainder after a Fee Simple" -- 3. Inheritability of an Estate in Fee Simple -- 4. Protection -- 5. Defeasible Estates in Fee Simple -- IV. THE RISE AND FALL OF THE ESTATE IN FEE TAIL -- 1. The Development of the Estate: Alienability and the "Landed" Tradition -- 2. Abolition of the Fee Tail -- V. LIFE ESTATES: HUSBAND AND WIFE -- 1. Creation and Types of Life Estates -- 2. Husband and Wife: The Common Law -- 3. Curtesy -- 4. Dower -- Dower in Mortgaged Land -- Election: Choice of Dower or Other Benefits -- Dower in Defeasible Estates -- 5. Homestead (Family Home) Legislation -- 6. The Deserted Wife's Occupation Interest in the Matrimonial Home -- VI. NON-FREEHOLD ESTATES: INTERESTS LESS THAN ESTATES -- 1. Non-Freehold Estates -- 2. Interests Less Than Estates -- 3. Some Problems of Classification -- VII. LANDLORD AND TENANT -- 1. Introductory Note: The Lease as Conveyance and Contract -- 2. Leases and Agreements for Leases -- Interesse Termini and Possession -- Damages on Failure or Inability of Lessor to Give Possession: Liability of Lessor and Holdover Tenant -- 3. Assignment and Sublease: Renewal -- 4. Use and Enjoyment of Leased Premises -- (a) Landlord's Obligations -- (b) Tenant's Obligations -- Covenants to Repair and Insurance -- (c) Fixtures -- 5. Rent -- (a) The Obligation and Its Enforcement -- Percentage Leases -- (b) Excuse for Non-Payment -- 6. Termination: Creation of New Tenancy on Landlord's Failure to Repossess -- VIII. COMMON LAW FUTURE INTERESTS
  • Reverter on Dissolution of a Corporation -- Remainders -- Equitable Contingent Interests -- The Rule in Shelley's Case -- IX. EQUITABLE ESTATES AND THE STATUTE OF USES -- 1. Uses before the Statute of Uses -- 2. Raising a Use -- 3. Springing and Shifting Uses -- 4. The Statute of Uses -- 5. Effect of the Statute of Uses -- Future Interests in Chattels -- X. CONCURRENT ESTATES -- 1. Concurrent Estates at Common Law and in Equity -- 2. Statutory Reform -- 3. Severance of Joint Tenancies: Some Problems -- 4. Incidents of Co-Tenancy -- (a) Possession and Accounting between Co-Tenants -- Leases by a Co-Tenant -- (b) Repairs and Improvements -- 5. Partition -- 6. Co-Ownership of Personalty -- XI. BENEFITS AND BURDENS AS BETWEEN OWNERS OF LIMITED INTERESTS: WASTE -- 1. Introductory Note -- 2. Benefits and Burdens -- Insurance -- Emblements -- 3. Waste -- XII. ENHANCING AND LIMITING THE USE OF LAND: BENEFITS AND BURDENS THROUGH COVENANTS, EASEMENTS AND PROFITS -- 1. Introductory Note -- 2. Covenants -- (a) Validity: Problems of Construction -- (b) Running of Covenants: In General -- (c) Touching and Concerning: Landlord and Tenant Cases -- 3. Restrictive Covenants between Holders in Fee Simple -- (a) Conditions of Enforceability -- (b) Some Problems of "Touching and Concerning" -- (c) Building and Other Schemes of Development -- (d) Modification and Discharge of Restrictive Covenants -- 4. Easements -- (a) Characteristics and Types -- (b) Creation -- Prescription -- Party Walls -- (c) Scope -- (d) Termination -- 5. Profits -- XIII. ADVERSE POSSESSION -- 1. Introductory Note -- 2. Running of the Limitation Period -- 3. When Possession is "Adverse" -- Disabilities -- 4. Effect of the Running of the Limitation period
Control code
UMKCLawddaEBC5703378
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (701 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781487576202
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Note
UMKC Law: DDA record.
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • (MiAaPQ)EBC5703378
  • (Au-PeEL)EBL5703378
  • (OCoLC)1088312015
Label
Cases and Notes on Land Law
Publication
Copyright
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Cover -- PREFACE -- TABLE OF CASES -- INTRODUCTION -- I. HISTORICAL BACKGROUND -- 1. The Feudal System -- 2. Land Law and Tenure in Canada -- II. POSSESSORY ESTATES -- 1. Doctrine of Estates -- 2. Seisin and Possession -- 3. Seisin and Conveyancing -- 4. Common Law Consequences -- III. ESTATE IN FEE SIMPLE -- 1. Characteristics and Mode of Creation -- 2. The Rule of "No Remainder after a Fee Simple" -- 3. Inheritability of an Estate in Fee Simple -- 4. Protection -- 5. Defeasible Estates in Fee Simple -- IV. THE RISE AND FALL OF THE ESTATE IN FEE TAIL -- 1. The Development of the Estate: Alienability and the "Landed" Tradition -- 2. Abolition of the Fee Tail -- V. LIFE ESTATES: HUSBAND AND WIFE -- 1. Creation and Types of Life Estates -- 2. Husband and Wife: The Common Law -- 3. Curtesy -- 4. Dower -- Dower in Mortgaged Land -- Election: Choice of Dower or Other Benefits -- Dower in Defeasible Estates -- 5. Homestead (Family Home) Legislation -- 6. The Deserted Wife's Occupation Interest in the Matrimonial Home -- VI. NON-FREEHOLD ESTATES: INTERESTS LESS THAN ESTATES -- 1. Non-Freehold Estates -- 2. Interests Less Than Estates -- 3. Some Problems of Classification -- VII. LANDLORD AND TENANT -- 1. Introductory Note: The Lease as Conveyance and Contract -- 2. Leases and Agreements for Leases -- Interesse Termini and Possession -- Damages on Failure or Inability of Lessor to Give Possession: Liability of Lessor and Holdover Tenant -- 3. Assignment and Sublease: Renewal -- 4. Use and Enjoyment of Leased Premises -- (a) Landlord's Obligations -- (b) Tenant's Obligations -- Covenants to Repair and Insurance -- (c) Fixtures -- 5. Rent -- (a) The Obligation and Its Enforcement -- Percentage Leases -- (b) Excuse for Non-Payment -- 6. Termination: Creation of New Tenancy on Landlord's Failure to Repossess -- VIII. COMMON LAW FUTURE INTERESTS
  • Reverter on Dissolution of a Corporation -- Remainders -- Equitable Contingent Interests -- The Rule in Shelley's Case -- IX. EQUITABLE ESTATES AND THE STATUTE OF USES -- 1. Uses before the Statute of Uses -- 2. Raising a Use -- 3. Springing and Shifting Uses -- 4. The Statute of Uses -- 5. Effect of the Statute of Uses -- Future Interests in Chattels -- X. CONCURRENT ESTATES -- 1. Concurrent Estates at Common Law and in Equity -- 2. Statutory Reform -- 3. Severance of Joint Tenancies: Some Problems -- 4. Incidents of Co-Tenancy -- (a) Possession and Accounting between Co-Tenants -- Leases by a Co-Tenant -- (b) Repairs and Improvements -- 5. Partition -- 6. Co-Ownership of Personalty -- XI. BENEFITS AND BURDENS AS BETWEEN OWNERS OF LIMITED INTERESTS: WASTE -- 1. Introductory Note -- 2. Benefits and Burdens -- Insurance -- Emblements -- 3. Waste -- XII. ENHANCING AND LIMITING THE USE OF LAND: BENEFITS AND BURDENS THROUGH COVENANTS, EASEMENTS AND PROFITS -- 1. Introductory Note -- 2. Covenants -- (a) Validity: Problems of Construction -- (b) Running of Covenants: In General -- (c) Touching and Concerning: Landlord and Tenant Cases -- 3. Restrictive Covenants between Holders in Fee Simple -- (a) Conditions of Enforceability -- (b) Some Problems of "Touching and Concerning" -- (c) Building and Other Schemes of Development -- (d) Modification and Discharge of Restrictive Covenants -- 4. Easements -- (a) Characteristics and Types -- (b) Creation -- Prescription -- Party Walls -- (c) Scope -- (d) Termination -- 5. Profits -- XIII. ADVERSE POSSESSION -- 1. Introductory Note -- 2. Running of the Limitation Period -- 3. When Possession is "Adverse" -- Disabilities -- 4. Effect of the Running of the Limitation period
Control code
UMKCLawddaEBC5703378
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (701 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781487576202
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Note
UMKC Law: DDA record.
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • (MiAaPQ)EBC5703378
  • (Au-PeEL)EBL5703378
  • (OCoLC)1088312015

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