Property Law Perspectives III

This book offers an interesting selection of recent developments in the broad field of property law, including contributions on constitutional property law, national private property law and European and comparative property law.
Auteur(s):
Ann Apers, Sofie Bouly, Elien Dewitte, Dorothy Gruyaert
Reeks:
Ius Commune Europaeum
Volume:
132
boek | verschenen | 1e editie
januari 2015 | xiv + 238 blz.

Paperback
€ 65,-


ISBN 9781780682785


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The Young Property Lawyers Forum (YPLF) is an informal international network with an annual conference that gives young property law researchers the opportunity to present their research to both young and established property law scholars from around the world. Property Law Perspectives III contains selected contributions from the fourth edition of the Young Property Lawyers Forum and Masterclass. The book offers an interesting selection of recent developments in the broad field of property law, including contributions on constitutional property law (with topics such as expropriation procedures, South African tenure, and expropriation of waterfalls for hydropower development), national private property law (with for example chapters on the English Land Registration Act 2002 and on virtual property), and European and comparative property law (with contributions about French fiducie versus trust, the global art market, and factory machinery bought under hire-purchase agreements).

The wide variety of topics discussed by a young and promising generation of property lawyers make this book a fascinating read for anyone interested in developments in property law.

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Table of Contents (p. 0)

PART I. CONSTITUTIONAL PROPERTY LAW

The Voluntary Guidelines on the Responsible Governance of Tenure: Distilling Good Governance Standards for Expropriation Procedures (p. 1)

A Comparison between the Extension of Security and Tenure Act, 1997 and the Land Tenure Security Bill (p. 27)

New Imperialism (1870–1914) on the African Continent: How Natives’ Landownership was Brought under the Yoke of European Sovereignty (p. 39)

Norwegian Waterfalls: A Case Study of Commercial Expropriation in Light of Property as a Human Right (p. 65)

PART II. CURRENT DEVELOPMENTS IN PROPERTY LAW AT THE NATIONAL LEVEL

Determining the Property of Virtual Property (p. 85)

The Development of the Distinction between Real and Personal Rights in South African Case Law: A Critical Perspective (p. 99)

State Guaranteed Title: The Land Registration Act 2002 (p. 117)

The Reform of Security Law in Belgium (p. 135)

Clarity regarding the Acquisition of a Right of Way of Necessity: A South African Perspective (p. 141)

PART III. PROPERTY LAW IN A EUROPEAN AND INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVE

A Comparative Analysis of the Effect of the Lien against Third Parties (p. 151)

The Protection of the Trust Fund: A Comparative Study in French and English Law (p. 173)

New Challenges for the Global Art Market: The Enforcement of Cultural Property Law in International Trade (p. 189)

How Far Factory Machinery Follows the Land in England, France and Germany (p. 217)

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Editorial Board
Prof. Dr. J. Smits (chair - Tilburg University, the Netherlands)
Prof. Dr. M. Faure (Maastricht University and Erasmus University Rotterdam, the Netherlands)
Prof. Dr. E. Vos (Maastricht University, the Netherlands).


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