Property Law Perspectives

This book discusses new developments in property law that challenge traditional property law theory. Although it deals with various aspects of property law, such as virtual property, prescription, and EU property law, all topics share a vision on how to give shape to the property law of the 21st century.
Author(s):
Bram Akkermans, Eveline Ramaekers
Series:
Ius Commune Europaeum
Volume:
106
book | published | 1st edition
July 2012 | viii + 154 pp.

Paperback
€40.-


ISBN 9781780680934


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Details

This book is the result of the second edition of the Young Property Lawyers Forum (YPLF), an informal network of young property law researchers. The YPLF aims to bring property law scholars together from around the world and enable them to discuss their work with each other and with more experienced researchers. This book contains the contributions of the second edition of this conference which took place in Maastricht. The different chapters in the book deal with new developments in property law that challenge traditional property law theory. Although they deal with various aspects of property law, such as virtual property, prescription, and EU property law, they all share a vision on how to give shape to the property law of the 21st century.

The Young Property Lawyers Forum (YPLF) continues to form a network for property law researchers around the world with new conferences and publications for both beginning and more advanced scholars.

Chapters

Table of Contents (p. 0)

Introduction: Property Law Perspectives (p. 1)

Virtual Property – Protection and Remedies (p. 9)

The Relation between the Superficies and the Ground… Back to Basics (p. 21)

Transfer of Moveable Property by a Non-Owner: A Scottish Perspective on the Draft Common Frame of Reference (DCFR) (p. 45)

The Justifications for Acquisitive Prescription: A New Perspective (p. 63)

Impact of the South African National Credit Act on the Enforcement of Mortgage Bonds (p. 85)

Contractualisation of Ownership: Creating Beneficial Interests in Civil Law Jurisdictions (p. 107)

Lex Rei Sitae in Perspective: National Developments of a Common Rule? (p. 123)

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Ius Commune Europaeum

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The ‘Ius Commune Europaeum’ series focuses on the common foundations of the legal systems of the Member States of the European Union. It includes horizontal comparative legal studies as well as studies on the effect of EU law, treaties and international regulation within the national legal systems. All substantive fields of law are covered.

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Editorial Board
Prof. Dr. J. Smits (chair - Tilburg University, the Netherlands)
Prof. Dr. M. Faure (Maastricht University and Erasmus University Rotterdam, the Netherlands)
Prof. Dr. E. Vos (Maastricht University, the Netherlands).


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