Property and Land Law
Land law refers to the bundle of rights and duties associated with the ownership of real property. Land law is therefore concerned with the variety of rights which may exist in land, and the various mechanisms for dealing with them.
The leading, authoritative text in this area remains Irish Land Law by J.C.W. Wylie. Renowned for its high degree of clarity, the fifth edition of this core text offers exceptional insight into issues such as co-ownership, succession, easements and adverse possession, making it an essential resource for both students and practitioners.
Residential Tenancies, written by Laura Farrell and edited by J.C.W. Wylie, offers a clear and concise statement of the law regulating private and social leases of dwellings in Ireland, while also explaining the processes and procedures associated with the primary mechanism for resolving disputes – the Residential Tenancies Board.
Other titles in this area include Equity and the Law of Trusts by Ronan Keane, Landlord and Tenant Law by Wylie and Compulsory Purchase and Compensation in Ireland: Law and Practice by Eamonn Galligan and Michael McGrath.
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