The passing of the Infrastructure Act may benefit energy companies, but this may come at a cost and threaten the long held rights of land owners.
Charlotte Burmby examines the Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Bill's role in amending the Dangerous Dogs Act 1991 and discusses the merits of the proposed reforms.
Gemma Smith examines the current law prohibiting squatting in residential properties and the movement to extend that to commercial properties.
Charlotte Burmby provides an overview of the three certainties (certainty of intention, certainty of subject matter, and certainty of objects) required for an express trust to be valid.
Faizan Sadiq sets out the basics of the first year of a law degree, providing an overview of concepts that may be encountered in Criminal, Tort, Property and Public Law.
Fiona Todd examines the legal status of the human body and considers whether the 'no property' rule is appropriate to the rapidly developing environment of modern science and medicine.
Fiona Todd reminds students how important property law is both inside and outside of the exam hall, with discussion of 'land grabbing' in Cambodia.
Jamie Hopkins discusses the challenges facing traditional estate planning in relation to the disposition of digital electronic assets.