Land Law pp 175-196 | Cite as

Trusts of Land

  • Kate Green
Part of the Macmillan Law Masters book series


Much of this book has been concerned with dividing up the enjoyment of land: for example, between a tenant (entitled to possession) and a landlady (entitled to the rent), or between an owner of land who is entitled to occupy the whole and her neighbour who is allowed to use a path over it. Sharing the enjoyment of land between several people through the mechanism of the trust is also by now familiar from case law.


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Further Reading

  1. Dewar, J. (1992) The Law and the Family, 2nd edn (London: Butterworth).Google Scholar
  2. Gardner, S. (1990) An Introduction to the Law of Trusts (London: Clarendon).Google Scholar
  3. Oakley, A. J. (1987) Constructive Trusts, 2nd edn (London: Sweet & Maxwell).Google Scholar
  4. Sydenham, A. (1996) Trusts of Land: The New Law (London: Jordan).Google Scholar

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© Kate Green 1997

Authors and Affiliations

  • Kate Green
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  1. 1.University of East LondonUK

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