Property Law A

Law School

College of Arts and Law


Code 21215

Level of study Second Year

Credit value 30

Semester 1 and 2

Module description

For Law Students Only

Property Law A and Property Law B are conceived as together forming one integrated course designed to develop an understanding of the elements of English Property Law. Property Law A broadly covers Land Law, that is the focus is on those elements of English property Law that relate to Real Property: Fundamental concepts in property and land; fixtures and fittings; an introduction to the relationship between Law and Equity; tenure; estates and interests in land; priority of title, including priority over items of "lost" personal property; unregistered title; registration of title to land; freeholds; freehold covenants; leaseholds; leasehold covenants; licences to use land; co-ownership; mortgages.

Teaching and learning methods

Lectures, Tutorials and Guided independent study.