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Land Law Directions

Directions Series

By (author) Sandra Clarke, Sarah Greer
Format: Paperback / softback
Publisher: Oxford University Press, Oxford, United Kingdom
Published: 22nd May 2014
Dimensions: w 189mm h 244mm d 28mm
Weight: 885g
ISBN-10: 0199685649
ISBN-13: 9780199685646
Barcode No: 9780199685646
Synopsis
Land Law Directions is an engaging and straightforward introduction to land law, with clear explanations of even the most difficult concepts. Case summaries, photographs, and examples are used throughout to provide real-life context and clarify abstract ideas, while diagrams and definitions ensure the text is easy to follow and that key points are clear. From their extensive experience teaching undergraduates, authors have created a range of resources to help you build upon and further your understanding, including self-test questions, thinking points, and fictional examples. The book concludes with two useful chapters that show you how the topics come together and provide guidance on how to prepare for exams. Land Law Directions innovative features, easy-to-read style and practical advice make this the ideal all-round textbook to prepare you for success in both exams and the workplace. This book is also accompanied by an extensive Online Resource Centre (www.oxfordtextbooks.co.uk/orc/clarke_directions4e/) that includes the following features: - additional topics for further study - revision podcasts - multiple choice questions - interactive glossary of key land law terminology - suggested approaches to the end of chapter questions in the text - updates to the law - links to sites with useful resources relating to land law

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Spot on in terms of level and detail. Clarke & Greer provide a good balance between clear material and academic rigour. Charles Barker, Senior Lecturer, University of Portsmouth This book is an excellent study aid. It is easy to read, very informative, and also thought-provoking. Justine Mitchell, student, UCLAN