Caribbean Property Law
Cavendish Publishing, 17.10.2000 - 306 Seiten
The law of real property, or land law, is a core subject in the LLB programmes at universities in the Caribbean, as elsewhere. This book has been designed as a textbook for university students. It will also be useful for students at the professional law schools who are required to take courses in the law of landlord and tenant and for paralegals taking land law courses. It is expected that practitioners will also find the book useful as a work of ready reference, in so far as it consolidates and analyses the substantive laws of several jurisdictions.
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