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The Law of Personal Property

Gebonden, 1234 blz. | Engels
Sweet & Maxwell | 2e druk, 2017
ISBN13: 9780414051010
Sweet & Maxwell 2e druk, 2017 9780414051010
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The Law of Personal Property provides a treatment of personal property and covers both tangible and intangible property, including things in action, intellectual property rights and shares and securities. It also examines all modes of dealing with or transferring interests in intangible property.

The 2nd edition:
-Deals with the nature of money and the transfer of money;
-Features a restructure of chapters that differs from the 1st edition;
-The first authoritative guide to this area of common law since Crossley-Vaines;
-In-depth treatment of both tangible and intangible personal property, including things in action, intellectual property rights and shares and securities;
-Adopts a consistent analytical approach differentiating (i) the interests in things recognised by English law, (ii) the various modes of acquiring such interests, and (iii) the various modes and procedures for vindicating or enforcing those interests;
-Analyses and explicates key cases from a variety of jurisdictions;
-Covers all modes of dealing with or transferring interests in intangible property;
-Covers commercial topics such as retention of title clauses and Quistclose trusts by locating them within the wider common law and equitable principles;
-Extends to the private international law (conflicts), insolvency and procedural issues which arise in respect of personalty.


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Over Gerard McMeel

Gerard McMeel QC is Professor of Commercial Law and Director of the Centre for Commercial Law and Financial Regulation at the University of Reading. He is also a Barrister of England and Wales and was appointed Queen's Counsel in March 2020. He is an associate member of Quadrant Chambers in London.

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1. Introduction
2. Ownership and co-ownership of personal property
3. Goods
4. Debts and things in action
5. Documentary intangibles
6. Equity and debt securities
7. Money
8. Intellectual property rights
9. Goodwill, confidences, trade secrets and information
10. Possessory interests
11. Bailment
12. Storage and carriage
13. Leases and hire
14. Trust interests
15. Security interests
16. Modes of acquisition and divestment not based on consent: finding, mixing, manufacturing and succession
17. Gift and donatio mortis causa
18. Property aspects of sale of goods: general
19. Property aspects of sale of goods: interests in bulk goods
20. Property aspects of sale of goods: retention of title clauses
21. Requirements for assignment
22. Rights transferred by assignment
23. Unassignable rights
24. Novation
25. Negotiation of documentary intangibles
26. Security interests
27. Transfer of money
28. Dealings in intellectual property
29. Transfer of possessory interests
30. Title conflicts: nemo dat and its exceptions
31. Following, tracing, and claiming
32. Protecting and enforcing interests at common law: the personal property law torts
33. Specific relief: delivery up of goods and other remedies
34. Enforcing rights in respect of secondary interests
35. Protection of equitable ownership interests
36. Personal property in insolvency proceedings
37. Conflict of laws and tangible movable property
38. Conflict of laws and intangible movable property

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