Lawyers and the Making of English Land Law, 1832-1940


This work offers a new interpretation of how the concepts found in the 1925 property legislation were formed by debates about law reform beginning in the 1880s. Partly the work of modern legal history, partly a commentary on modern English law, this will be of interest to modern legal historians, property lawyers, and historians concerned with the relationship between property and politics.


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