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    Galbraith's Building and Land Management Law for Students

    ISBN-10: 0080966926
    ISBN-13: 9780080966922
    Edition: 6th 2010 (Revised)
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    Edition: 6th
    Copyright Year: 2010
    Publisher: Taylor & Francis Group
    Publication Date: 11/15/2010
    Binding: Paperback
    Pages: 440
    Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 1.00" tall
    Weight: 0.836
    Language: English

    Steve Wilson is a principal lecturer at the University of Northumbria at Newcastle. He has contributed to, and co-authored, a range of articles and student textbooks on the English legal system and various aspects of contract law. Rebecca Mitchell is the Director of the Legal Practice Course at the University of Northumbria at Newcastle. Rebecca teaches Business Law and Practice and Commercial Law on the LPC, and also teaches Commercial Law at undergraduate and LLM level. Rebecca has a commercial background in practice and specialized in corporate tax with a firm of City solicitors. Tony Storey is a senior lecturer at the University of Northumbria at Newcastle. Tony has co-authored a number of student textbooks on criminal law and the European Union. Natalie Wortley is a principal lecturer at University of Northumbria at Newcastle, where she teaches criminal law, evidence and advocacy. She continues to practice at the Bar, specializing in criminal cases.

    Stephen Wilson was Professor of Conceptual and Information Artsat San Francisco State University. His previous publications includeUsing Computers to Create Art and Information Arts: Intersections of Art,Science, and Technology.

    Preface to the sixth edition
    Table of statutes
    Table of cases
    The nature of law
    Introduction
    New legislation
    Pressure groups
    Delegated legislation
    Statutory interpretation
    Judicial precedent
    Common law and equity
    The European Convention on Human Rights
    The United Kingdom and the European Union
    The institutions of the EU
    Sources of EU law
    EU law in United Kingdom courts
    The supremacy of EU law
    Settlement of disputes
    Self-help
    Court procedures
    Civil cases
    Criminal cases
    Tribunals
    Arbitration
    Administrative dispute resolution (ADR)
    Administrative control
    Affording the law
    The legal profession
    Central and local government
    The structure of central government
    Procedure of the House of Commons
    The committee system of the House of Commons
    Financial procedures of the House Commons
    The Civil Service
    The structure of local government
    Control of local authorities
    Bye-laws
    Non-departmental public bodies
    Challenging decisions made by public bodies in the courts
    Business organizations
    Partnership
    Company incorporation
    Creating a company
    Public and private companies
    Management of a company
    Company finance
    Winding up of companies
    Limited liability partnership
    The law of contract
    The nature of a contract
    Formation of the contract-agreement
    Consideration
    From of the contract
    The contents of the contract
    Misrepresentation and mistake
    Other factors affecting validity and enforceability
    Illegal contracts
    Discharge of the contract
    Enforcing the contract-remedies for breach
    Special contracts
    Agency
    Sale of goods
    Supply of goods and services
    Hire purchase, credit sales and conditional sales
    Other methods of consumer protection
    Insurance contracts
    Special contracts-building contracts
    Control of work under a building contract
    Tendering for building contracts
    JCT Standard Building Contracts
    Subcontracts
    Employment law
    Employment and self-employment
    Creation of a contract of employment
    Duties of the parties
    Statutory rights for employees
    Protection against discrimination
    Termination of contract of employment
    Unfair dismissal
    Remedies for unfair dismissal
    Tribunal procedure
    Redundancy payments
    Employees and trade unions
    Trade disputes
    The law of tort
    Introduction
    Trespass
    Nuisance
    The rule in Rylands v. Fletcher
    Negligence
    Breach of statutory duty
    Defective products
    Vicarious liability
    Health and safety
    The background to legislation
    The Health and Safety Commission and Executive
    The Health and Safety at Work etc. Act 1974
    Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations 1998
    Control of Substances Hazardous to Health (COSHH) Regulations 2002 (as amended)
    The Factories Act 1961
    Construction regulations
    Corporate Manslaughter and Corporate Homicide Act 2007
    Compensation for injuries at work
    Land law
    Classification of poperty
    What is land?
    Freehold and leasehold estates
    Interests in land
    The conveyancing process
    Trusts
    Co-ownership
    Rights and duties of owners of land
    Access to Neighbouring Land Act 1992
    Party Walls etc. Act 1996
    Easements
    Profits a prendre
    Licences
    Restrictive convenants
    Mortgages of land
    Adverse possession
    Landlord and tenant
    Leases and licences
    Assignment and subletting
    Enforcing covenants
    Covenants in leases
    The obligation to repair
    Security of tenure: termination of a tenancy at common law
    Business tenancies (Landlord and Tenant Act 1954, Part II)
    Residential tenancies
    Residential tenancies of flats: Landlord and Tenant Act 1987
    Rights of tenants of flats with long leases to purchase the freehold or an extended lease (Leasehold Reform, Housing and Urban Development Act 1993)
    Council and other public sector tenants: Housing Act 1985
    Planning law
    Central and local planning responsibilities
    Development plans
    Development
    Operations
    Change of use
    Permission under the General Permitted Development Order 1995
    Simplified planning zones
    Restrictions upon development imposed by covenants relating to freehold land or in leases
    Making a planning application
    Planning obligations and the Community Infrastructure Levy
    Appeals
    Planning enforcement
    Planning and the preservation of amenity
    Financial problems-compensation and betterment
    Highways
    Introduction
    Acquisition and ownership of highways
    Upkeep of the highways
    Standard of the highway
    Heavy traffic
    Streets and street works
    Closing and obstruction of highways
    Building and improvement lines
    Building Regulations
    Purpose and scope of the Building Regulations
    Enforcement procedures
    Defective and dangerous buildings
    Index

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