Principles of Land Law in New Zealand, 3rd edition
An indispensable two volume set guide to property and land law in New Zealand
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Principles of Land Law in New Zealand is an abridged, two volume version of the highly regarded property resource, Hinde, McMorland & Sim Land Law in New Zealand. Continuing the reputation of previous editions, Principles of Land Law in New Zealand offers students and practitioners authoritative commentary on the fundamentals of land law.
Since the last edition, previously titled Principles of Real Property Law, there have been significant legislative and case law updates incorporated by the authors in all chapters with particular focus on the adaptation of the text throughout to incorporate the Land Transfer Act 2017.
• McMorland & Gibbons McMorland & Gibbons on Unit Titles and Cross-leases, 2nd edition, 2020
• McMorland McMorland on Easements Covenants and Licences, 4th edition, 2019
• Campbell Campbell on Caveats, 4th edition, 2019
• Goodall Hinde on Commercial Leases, 4th edition, 2019
• Campbell Campbell on Mortgages, 2014
• Hinde, McMorland & Sim Land Law in New Zealand (online resource)
Table of contents
1. Land Law in the Legal System
2. The Doctrine of Tenure
3. Estates in Land
4. Equity and Equitable Estates and Interests
5. Future Interests
6. The Extent of the Landholder's Rights
7. Title to Land
8. The Land Transfer System
9. Title by Registration
11. Leasehold Estates
12. Concurrent Interests in Land
13. Unit Titles and Cross Leases
14. Land as Security: Mortgages and Other Changes
15. Easements and Profits
16. Covenants Affecting Freehold Land
18. Capacity to Own and to Deal with Land