Land Law 2
Module code: M6026
15 credits in spring semester
Teaching method: Lecture, Seminar
Assessment modes: Distance exam
This module builds on Land Law 1 to further explore legal rules determining what it means to own land and/or other rights that relate to land. It considers the application of these rights to issues of contemporary relevance. Topics may include co-ownership, trusts of land, mortgages, leases 9and licences), freehold covenants and easements and profits.
This module can only be taken by students who have completed Land Law 1.
Module learning outcomes
- Demonstrate critical understanding of key legal principles and concepts and locate them within the broader framework of land law
- Apply the knowledge and understanding gained to develop and sustain arguments on controversial points of land law and/or solve problems using appropriate techniques
- Identify and analyse critically legal issues relating to specific topics of land law, which build upon the foundational knowledge and analysis gained from the study of Land Law 1
- Demonstrate written fluency in subject specific legal terminology