Campbell on Caveats, 3rd Edition

Author(s): Neil Campbell QC Campbell on Caveats, 3rd Edition

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DUE AUGUST 2019

Including commentary on significant case-law and updated to take into account the recent Land Transfer Act 2017, the topics covered within the text include a consideration of the various classes of caveats that are available, the nature of a caveat against dealings, rights and transactions that will (or will not) support a caveat, methods of clearing caveats off the title, and Registrar’s caveats, among many others.

 

This comprehensive work will be of use to anyone who wants a better understanding of the law relating to caveats, but at the same time will provide an excellent primary reference tool for practitioners and other professionals who need a more detailed in-depth treatment of the subject matter.

 

The content of this book is drawn from chapter 10 of the popular online publication Hinde, McMorland & Sim Land Law in New Zealand.

 

Features

• Fully updated commentary relating to the recently enacted Land Transfer Act 2017.
• Written by leading commentator in the area of property law.
• Cross-references have been retained from the online version, so customers can easily refer across Hinde McMorland and Sim Land Law in New Zealand digital and hardcopy publications.

 

Chapter 1 – Introduction 
Chapter 2 – Caveats against dealings: general principles 
Chapter 3 – Caveatable interests 
Chapter 4 – Drafting and lodging caveats against dealings 
Chapter 5 – Clearing caveats against dealings off the title 
Chapter 6 - Controls on lodging caveats against dealings 
Chapter 7 - Other classes of caveats

Publication dateAugust 2019
FormatPaperback
PublisherLexis Nexis
Books ISBN: 9781988546162
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