Book: The Law of Property
The Law of Property in Northern Ireland
The Law of Property in Northern Ireland provides a concise and accessible introduction to principles of property law as they apply in Northern Ireland. Presenting the first dedicated survey of case law and legislation specific to Northern Ireland, the book provides an essential resource for those seeking to understand property law in this jurisdiction.
Written with the student of property law in mind, the book draws extensively on the case law of the Northern Ireland Courts to illustrate key principles and concepts of property law in the unique context of Northern Ireland. The authors highlight and discuss key areas of law where the law in Northern Ireland differs from that in other jurisdictions, and provides up to date coverage of current issues in property law, including the most recent recommendations of the Northern Ireland Law Commission.
Covering topics such as estates, adverse possession, leases, co-ownership and mortgages, as well as additional chapters on wills and intestacy, the book is sure to become a valuable reference point for students and practitioners alike
About the authors
Catherine Turner is lecturer in property law at Durham Law School.
Lauren Quinn is a practising Barrister at the Bar of Northern Ireland specialising in chancery, insolvency and succession law.
Richard Shields is a practising Barrister at the Bar of Northern Ireland specialising in chancery and commercial law.
Praise for ‘The Law of Property in Northern Ireland’
"Generations of undergraduate law students have found the sometimes abstract concepts of Property Law particularly challenging. This clear and lucid new text explains these concepts in uncluttered language and fills an obvious gap in the market for all students of Northern Ireland Property Law."
Sheena Grattan BL, author of ‘Succession Law in Northern Ireland’
"This excellent book presents Northern Irish property law clearly and authoritatively. Its highly accessible text will provide an invaluable guide for students and all those interested in matters of property law in Northern Ireland."
Dr Robin Hickey, Senior Lecturer in Law, Queen’s University Belfast