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Title Commonwealth Caribbean property law / Gilbert Kodilinye.
Imprint Abingdon, Oxon ; New York : Routledge, 2015.


 Internet  Electronic Book    AVAILABLE
Edition 4th ed.
Description 1 online resource.
Series Commonwealth Caribbean law series
Commonwealth Caribbean law series.
Note Previous edition: 2010.
Bibliog. Includes bibliographical references and index.
Note Available only to authorized UTEP users.
Online resource; title from PDF title page (EBSCO, viewed December 11, 2014).
Subject Real property -- Caribbean Area.
Leases -- Caribbean Area.
Caribbean Area.
Genre Electronic books.
Contents Machine generated contents note: Origins Of Land Law -- Doctrine Of Estates -- Fee Simple Estate (Otherwise Called 'Freehold') -- Leasehold Estate -- Life Estate -- Fee Tail Estate -- Legal And Equitable Estates And Interests -- Registration Of Title -- Meaning Of Land -- Distinction Between Fixtures And Chattels -- Degree Of Annexation -- Purpose Of Annexation -- Chattel Houses -- Essential Characteristics Of Leases -- Exclusive Possession -- Distinguishing Between Leases And Licences -- Examples Of The Lease/Licence Dichotomy In The Caribbean -- Certainty Of Duration -- Formalities For Creation Of Leases -- Effect Of Non-Compliance With Formalities -- Lease And Agreement For Lease Compared -- Dependency On Specific Performance -- Third Parties -- Types Of Tenancy -- Lease For A Fixed Period -- Periodic Tenancy -- Tenancy At Will -- Tenancy At Sufferance -- Tenancy By Estoppel -- Landlord's Implied Obligations -- Covenant For Quiet Enjoyment -- Covenant Not To Derogate From The Grant -- Covenant As To Fitness For Habitation -- Furnished Lettings -- High-Rise Apartment Buildings -- Statutory Provisions -- Covenant To Repair -- Tenant's Implied Obligation -- Obligation Not To Commit Waste -- Registered Land -- Express Covenants -- Covenant To Pay Rent -- Covenant To Repair -- Fair Wear And Tear -- Covenant Not To Assign, Sublet Or Part With Possession Of The Demised Premises -- Effect Of Breach -- Reasonableness Of Refusal Of Consent -- Option To Purchase The Reversion -- Option To Renew A Lease -- Assignment Of Lease And Reversion -- Touching And Concerning The Land -- Running Of The Benefits And Burdens Of Covenants -- Termination Of Leases And Tenancies -- Forfeiture -- Waiver Of Forfeiture -- Forfeiture For Non-Payment Of Rent -- Relief Against Forfeiture -- Forfeiture For Breaches Of Other Covenants -- Reasonable Time -- Remediability Of The Breach -- Relief Against Forfeiture -- Surrender -- Merger -- Effluxion Of Time -- Notice To Quit -- Frustration -- Distress -- Time And Place -- Distrainable Goods -- Privileged Goods -- Third Parties' Goods -- Procedure For Levying Distress -- Impounding -- Replevin -- Illegal, Excessive And Irregular Distress -- Action For Double Value -- Injunction -- Tenant's Right To Fixtures -- Chattel Houses -- A. Rent Restriction Act (Jamaica) -- Scope Of The Act -- Status Of Irremovability -- Corporate Tenant -- Non-Occupying Tenant -- Grounds For Recovery Of Possession -- Premises Reasonably Required For Landlord's Own Use -- 'Reasonably Required' -- Premises Required For Repairs, Improvement Or Rebuilding -- Hardship And Reasonableness -- Alternative Accommodation -- Prohibition Of Eviction -- Rent Control -- B. Land Tenants (Security Of Tenure) Act 1981 (Trinidad And Tobago) -- Types Of Licence -- Bare Licence -- Licence Coupled With An Interest -- Contractual Licence -- Revocability Of Contractual Licence -- Contractual Licences And Third Parties -- Licence Protected By Estoppel -- Incomplete Gifts -- Reasonable Expectation Of Acquisition Of A Right -- Unilateral Mistake -- Modern Approach -- Satisfying The Claimant's Equity -- Estoppel Licences And Third Parties -- Joint Tenancy -- Unity Between Joint Tenants -- Unity Of Possession -- Unity Of Interest -- Unity Of Title -- Unity Of Time -- Tenancy In Common -- Law And Equity -- Equitable Presumption Of Tenancy In Common -- Purchase Money Provided In Unequal Shares -- Loan On Mortgage -- Partnership Assets -- Individual Business Purposes -- Severance Of Joint Tenancy -- Act Of Joint Tenant Operating Upon His Own Share -- Alienation -- Commencement Of Litigation -- Mutual Agreement -- Course Of Dealing -- Other Methods Of Severance -- Acquisition Of An Additional Estate In The Land -- Severance By Written Notice -- Partition -- Condominium Legislation -- Nature Of The Interest Of The Unit Owner -- Definition Of 'Unit' And 'Common Property' -- Method Of Establishing A Condominium -- Declaration -- Who Must Execute The Declaration -- Registration Of The Declaration -- Unit Entitlement -- Drawings And Plans -- Existing Mortgages -- No Partition Of Common Property -- Bylaws -- Body Corporate -- Duties Of Body Corporate -- Default In Payment Of Contributions -- Termination Of Condominium Scheme -- Running Of The Burden -- Position At Common Law -- Position In Equity -- Requirements For The Running Of The Burden In Equity -- Covenant Must Be Negative In Nature -- Covenant Must Be Made For The Protection Of Other Land Retained By The Covenantee -- It Must Have Been The Common Intention Of The Parties That The Burden Of The Covenant Should Run With The Covenantor's Land -- Persons Bound By Restrictive Covenants -- Registration -- Positive Covenants -- Running Of The Benefit -- Position At Common Law -- Covenant Must Touch And Concern The Land -- Covenantee Must Have A Legal Estate -- Position In Equity -- Annexation -- Implied Annexation -- Statutory Annexation -- Area To Be Benefited -- Express Assignment -- Schemes Of Development -- Modern Position -- Discharge And Modification -- Obsolescence (Ground (A)) -- Impeding The Reasonable User Of The Land (Ground (B)) -- Agreement To Discharge Or Modification (Ground (C)) -- No Injury To Objectors (Ground (D)) -- 'Thin End Of The Wedge' Argument -- Definition -- Requirements For A Valid Easement -- There Must Be A Dominant And A Servient Tenement -- Easement Must Accommodate The Dominant Tenement -- Propinquity -- Personal Advantages -- Dominant And Servient Tenements Must Not Be Both Owned And Occupied By The Same Person -- Right Must Be Capable Of Forming The Subject Matter Of A Grant -- i. Right Must Be Sufficiently Defined -- That Is, It Must Not Be Too Vague -- ii. Right Must Not Substantially Deprive The Servient Owner Of Possession Of The Servient Tenement -- iii. There Must Be A Capable Grantor And Grantee -- Easement Must Be Negative From The Point Of View Of The Servient Owner -- That Is, It Must Not Involve The Servient Owner In Any Expenditure -- Legal And Equitable Easements -- Acquisition Of Easements -- Express Grant -- Express Reservation -- Implied Grant -- Easements Of Necessity -- Meaning Of 'Necessity' -- Intended Easements -- Easements Implied Under The Rule In Wheeldon V Burrows -- Implied Reservation -- Easements Of Necessity -- Intended Easements -- Non-Applicability Of Wheeldon V Burrows -- Sales Of Both Quasi-Dominant And Quasi-Servient Tenements -- Acquisition Under Statutory Provisions -- Purpose Of The Provisions -- Limitations On The Application Of The Provisions -- Right Claimed Under The Provisions Must Be Capable Of Being An Easement -- That Is, It Must Be Recognised By The Law As An Easement -- Section 62 Will Not Operate Unless There Has Been Some Diversity Of Ownership Or Occupation Of The Dominant And Servient Tenements Prior To The Conveyance -- There Must Be A 'Conveyance' Of Land -- Section 62 May Be Excluded By Express Exception In Conveyance -- Acquisition By Presumed Grant (Prescription) -- Basis Of Prescription -- Requirements For Prescription -- User As Of Right -- Continuous User -- User In Fee Simple -- Methods Of Prescription -- Prescription At Common Law -- Prescription Under The Doctrine Of The Lost Modern Grant -- Prescription Under The Prescription Acts -- Easements Other Than Light -- Other Provisions In The Acts -- Enjoyment 'Next Before Action' -- Unity Of Ownership Or Possession -- Statutory Interruption -- Easement Of Light -- Right To Use A Beach -- Extent Of Easements -- Easements Acquired By Express Grant Or.
Reservation -- Easements Acquired By Implied Grant Or Reservation -- Easements Acquired By Prescription -- Extinguishment Of Easements -- By Unity Of Ownership And Possession Of The Dominant And Servient Tenements -- By Express Release By Deed -- By Implied Release ('Abandonment') -- Form -- Rights Of The Mortgagor -- Legal Right To Redeem -- Equitable Right To Redeem -- Equity Of Redemption -- Clogging The Equity Of Redemption -- Excluding The Right To Redeem -- Postponement Of The Right To Redeem -- Collateral Advantages -- Unfairness And Unconscionability -- Restriction Of Redemption -- Restraint Of Trade -- Rights Of Mortgagor In Possession -- Rights Of Mortgagee -- Action On The Personal Covenant -- Right To Enter Into Possession -- Right To Appoint A Receiver -- Power Of Sale -- Mode Of Sale -- Effect Of Sale -- Protection Of Purchaser -- Application Of Proceeds Of Sale -- Bad Faith -- Restraining Exercise Of The Power Of Sale -- Mortgagee's Duty Of Care -- Right To Foreclose -- Reopening Of A Foreclosure -- Sale In Lieu Of Foreclosure -- Rights Of Equitable Mortgagee -- Tacking And Consolidation -- Right To Tack Further Advances -- Right To Consolidate -- Dispossession Of Tenant -- Inchoate Rights Of Adverse Possessor -- Requirements For Acquisition Of Title By Adverse Possession -- Sufficiency Of Possession By Adverse Possessor -- Factual Possession -- Animus Possidendi -- User Of Part Of The Land -- Resumption Of Possession By Paper Owner -- Dealings Before The Contract Is Signed -- Statutory Formalities -- Written Note Or Memorandum -- Contents Of The Memorandum -- Description Of The Parties -- Description Of The Property -- Price -- Other Terms -- Signature By The Party To Be Charged -- Joinder Of Documents -- Absence Of Sufficient Memorandum -- Part-Performance -- Formal Contract Of Sale -- 'Open' Contracts For The Sale Of Land.
Note continued: Payment Of Deposit -- Position Pending Completion -- Vendor's Duties Regarding Title -- Good 'Root Of Title' -- Purchaser's Duty To Investigate -- Registered Land -- Registration Process -- Bringing Land Under The Act -- Effect Of Registration Of Proprietor With Absolute Title -- Requirements For An Application To Have Land Brought Under The Act -- Role Of The Referee Of Titles -- Title To Be Registered -- Possession Of And Dealing With Documents Evidencing Title -- Bringing Land Under The Operation Of The Act -- Caveat Against First Registration -- Caveat Against Dealings -- Indefeasibility Of Registered Title -- Meaning Of 'Fraud' -- In Personam Liabilities -- Actions Against Registered Proprietor -- Cancellation Of Certificate Of Title -- Actions Against The Registrar.
Other Title Print version: 9781138779051