Published in 1999. Questions of human rights, changes in social structures, economic climates and technological developments all impact on property law. This edited collection provides an in-depth analysis of present law and practical proposals for the future, written by the foremost international figures in the field from a variety of theoretical and professional backgrounds.
Table of Contents
Part 1: Countryside, Conservation and Charities 1. Working Together for Access, J. Rowan-Robinson 2. The Right to Roam - An Empty Dream?, Christine Willmore 3. Reforming Property Rights for Nature Conservation, Christopher P. Rogers 4. Reforming the Law on Charity Trading, Peter Luxton Part 2: Commonhold 5. Is Apartment Ownership Genuine Ownership?, C.G. van der Merwe 6. Aspects of Condominium Law in the Bahamas, Gilbert Kodilinye 7. Caveat Commonholds, Peter Smith 8. The Proposed Commonhold Association - A Company Law Perspective, Letitia Crabb Part 3: Comparative and International Property Law 9. Are Property Rights so Simple in Europe?, Geoffrey Samuel 10. Limitations on Constitutional Property Rights, Tom Allen 11. The Constitutional Property Clause and Police Power Regulation of Intangible Commercial Property - A Comparative Analysis of Case Law, A.J. van der Walt 11. The Reform of South African Land Law in its Roman-Dutch Context - New Wine?, D.L.Carey Miller 13. Extending Security of Tenure in South Africa: Labour Tenants and Farm Workers, Juanita Pienaar 14. Finland's New Electronic Title and Mortgage Register, Matti Ilmari Niemi.