Property and Trusts
Programme and Papers

Any available abstracts and papers are listed below the programme:


Session 1: Thursday 11 September 2014 11.00-12.30 Room

1A        Ben Mayfield (Lancaster)

             Balancing Competing Property Rights in an Environmental Crisis

1B        Ting Xu (Queen's University Belfast)

             Soft Law Protection for Property Rights

1C        Jill Dickinson (Sheffield Hallam)

             The Community Infrastructure Levy - a planning [law] gain?


Session 2: Thursday 11 September 2014 14.00-15.30 Room

2A       Walters Nsoh (Anglia Ruskin)

            Property Rights Issues Under New Approaches to Nature Conservation

2B        Ruth Houghton (Durham)

            Conceptualising Global Space and the “Place” for Democracy


Session 3 Friday 12 September 2014 09.30-11.00 Room

3A        Derek Whayman (Newcastle)

              The Evolution of Knowing Receipt

3B        John Picton (Liverpool)

              Cy-Près: Three Flawed Models

3C        Ying Liew (King's College London

             The Secondary Rights Approach to the Family Homes Constructive Trusts


Session 4 Friday 12 September 2014 11.30-13.00 Room

4A        David Carey Miller (Aberdeen)

              Bona fide acquisition: new in Scottish land law?

4B        Gabriel Brennan (Law Society of Ireland)

              Modelling real property transactions: bringing clarity or muddying the waters?

4C       Gwilym Owen (Bangor)

            A New Paradigm for Overreaching - A Brief Historical Perspective and Some                                         Inspiration from the Emerald Isle

Abstracts

Modelling real property transactions: bringing clarity or muddying the waters? by Gabriel Brennan.
Conceptualising Global Space and the “Place” for Democracy. by Ruth Houghton.
The Evolution of Knowing Receipt by Derek Whayman.
Balancing Competing Property Rights in an Environmental Crisis This by Ben Mayfield.
A New Paradigm for Overreaching— A Brief Historical Perspective and Some Inspiration from The Emerald Isle by Gwilym Owen*.
Property Rights issues under New Approaches to Nature Conservation by Walters Nsoh.
Bona fide acquisition: new in Scottish land law? by David Carey Miller.
The Community Infrastructure Levy - a planning [law] gain? by Jill Dickinson.
‘The Secondary Rights Approach to the Family Homes Constructive Trusts’ by Ying Liew.
Cy-Près: Three Flawed Models by John Picton.
Modelling real property transactions: bringing clarity or muddying the waters? by Gabriel Brennan.

Papers

The Evolution of Knowing Receipt by Derek Whayman.
Modelling real property transactions: bringing clarity or muddying the waters? by Gabriel Brennan1.
A New Paradigm for Overreaching—A Brief Historical and Modern Perspective by Gwilym Owen.
Global Expropriation and Soft Law Protection of Communal Property Rights by Ting Xu*.
Global Expropriation and Soft Law Protection of Communal Property Rights by Ting Xu1.
The Secondary-Rights Approach to the ‘Common Intention Constructive Trust’ by Ying Khai Liew.

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