Scottish Property Law (2ed)
This book provides an introduction to all aspects of the law of property in Scotland. It takes account of the recent substantial changes in the law relating to landownership in Scotland and deals with the three main aspects of this: the nature of land ownership; burdens on land; and transfer of ownership in land. The second edition has been expanded to include a concise explanation of the Scots Law on moveable property, including intellectual property.
Nature and classification of property; Basic concepts of property law; Prescription; Corporeal moveable property; Fixtures and other accessories; Incorporeal moveable property; Intellectual property; Securities over moveable property; Ownership rights in land; Crown rights; Tenement properties; Leases; Servitudes and public rights of way; real Burdens; Heritable securities; Public law restrictions on land use; Voluntary transfer of heritable property 1- conclusion on the contract of sale; Voluntary transfer of heritable property 2 - completion of title; Clauses in deeds