These notes are on a variety of topics related to Irish Land/ Property Law. The subjects are all contained in separate and individual documents and are as follows:
Adverse Possession, Co-ownership of property, Family Property, Freehold Estates and Words of Limitation (the types of freehold estates and their explanations, the various restrictions or limitations on fee simples, future interests, words of limitation and the importance of articulation and the Rule in Shelley's case) Landlord and Tenant Law, Registration and Priority, Succession, The History of Land Law and Equity and the Right of Mortgagees, Unconscionable Bargain and Penalty Clauses.
These notes are comprised from a range of sources such as property law legal and academic books, readings, articles, tutorial notes, lecture notes and law reform commission reports.
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