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land law Line breaks: land law

Definition of land law in English:


[mass noun] (also land laws)
The law governing real property: medieval land law (land laws) Sandinista land laws
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  • My father was a solicitor, specialising in real property (i.e. land law - not exactly non-brainy work).
  • The system of registered title introduced the concept of absolute title into English land law, but by that time the rules of adverse possession were established on the basis of relative title.
  • So we'll have a separate, specialist Land Tribunal with international land law and other experts on it; that's the proposal and we expect that to be accepted.

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