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Scamell & Gasztowicz On Land Covenants 2e (2nd Revised edition)

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Author(s): Scamell & Gasztowicz;
Classification(s): Law; Property law;
Readership / Audience Level: Professional & Vocational
ISBN-13: 9781784515409
ISBN-10: 178451540X
Publication Date: 2 Apr 2018
Imprint: Bloomsbury Professional
Availability: In Print
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Publisher: Bloomsbury Professional
Publication Country: United Kingdom
Binding / Product Type: Hardback
Pages: 1040
Dimensions: W: 156 mm / H: 248 mm
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Scamell and Gasztowicz on Land Covenants, 2nd edition, brings the material up to date, exploring the types of covenants practitioners have to contend with, and seeking to offer practical advice in this complex and far reaching area of law. The second edition includes coverage of positive covenants and planning covenants which no other title on the market currently offers. A covenant can be either positive or negative. It is important to understand the difference between positive and negative covenants as not all covenants are enforceable and different rules on enforceability apply depending on whether the covenant is positive or negative. Dealing with the impact of Covenants on land affects most conveyancing transactions and is also of vital importance to landowners, developers and others. It is a complex and broad area of law for property lawyers to contend with. The volume of case law on this topic is extensive. Scamell and Gasztowicz on Land Covenants, 2nd edition, is divided into three main parts: Part I - Restrictive Covenants; Part II - Positive and Negative Covenants; Part III: Planning Obligations. It also deals with the special position of local authorities in relation to land covenants, and has comprehensive coverage on freeing land from restrictions.

CONTENTS Preface Table of Statutes Table of Statutory Instruments Table of Cases Introduction: Covenants generally Part I Restrictive covenants
1. Meaning of `restrictive covenant' (including general consideration of requirements for transmissibility)
2. The benefit of the restrictive covenant
3. 1: Original covenantees
4. 2: Covenant beneficiaries
5. 3: Subsequent owners and occupiers of land benefited by the restrictive covenant as competent claimants: overview
6. Subsequent owners and occupiers of benefited land where there is annexation
7. Competent claimants express assignment
8. Competent claimants: building schemes
9. The running of the burden of restrictive covenants
10. Restrictive covenants and public law
11. The construction of restrictive covenants
12. Restrictive covenants and competition law
13. Remedies for breach of a restrictive covenant
14. Freeing the title from unenforceable restrictive covenants
15. Extinguishment, discharge and modification of restrictive covenants
16. The modification and discharge of restrictive covenants and agreements by the Upper Tribunal (Lands Chamber) pursuant to section 84(1) of the Law of Property Act 1925
17. The scope of the Upper Tribunal's powers under section 84(1) of the Law of Property Act 1925
18. The four alternative grounds giving rise to the Upper Tribunal's powers
19. The grounds giving rise to the Upper Tribunal's powers: paragraph (a)
20. Section 84(1) of the Law of Property Act 1925: paragraph (aa)
21. Section 84(1) of the Law of Property Act 1925: paragraph (b)
22. Section 84(1) of the Law of Property Act 1925: paragraph (c)
23. The power of the Upper Tribunal to award compensation
24. Procedure on an application to the Upper Tribunal under section 84(1) of the Law of Property Act 1925 Part II Positive covenants and negative covenants which are not restrictive covenants
25. Meaning of `positive covenants' and of `negative covenants which are not restrictive covenants' and frequency of use
26. Persons able to claim the benefit of positive covenants: (I) Original covenantees
27. Persons able to claim the benefit of positive covenants: (II) Subsequent owners and occupiers of the benefited land
28. The burden of positive covenants
29. Methods of securing the indirect running of the burden of a positive covenant
30. Remedies for breach of positive covenants
31. Covenants and commonhold Part III Planning obligations relating to land
32. Planning obligations Part IV Reform
33. Reform of the law relating to restrictive covenants: Law Commission proposals Appendices Appendix 1 Section 84 of the Law of Property Act 1925 Appendix 2 Practice Statement Appendix 3 Practice Statement Appendix 4 Tribunal Procedure (Upper Tribunal) (Lands Chamber) Rules 2010 Appendix 5 Practice Directions Appendix 6 Upper Tribunal (Lands Chamber) Forms T379-T382 Appendix 7 Sections 106-106C of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990 Index

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Author Biography

Steven Gasztowicz QC specialises in property matters, town and country planning, public law, and commercial and other claims. He advises and represents clients ranging from major companies and public authorities to private individuals. He appears before all courts, ranging from the Supreme Court and Court of Appeal to the county court and tribunals. He has experience in particular in the following areas: Property: restrictive and other land covenants, rights of way, adverse possession, constructive trusts and proprietary estoppel, highways, drainage law, nuisance claims, and commercial landlord and tenant; Planning: inquiries, including local plan inquiries, enforcement proceedings, appeals, s106 obligations, ancillary rights, injunctions, and all other planning and planning-related matters; Public law: statutory powers, judicial review, and statutory appeals; Commercial and other claims: contract, breach of statutory duty, misrepresentation, company law, and negligence matters, including professional negligence claims against surveyors, solicitors and others. He also sits as a Recorder, dealing with civil and specialist chancery matters, and also with criminal cases and appeals. His breadth of knowledge means he understands issues crossing a number of different fields, all of which can inter-connect with particular aspects of property law.

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Scamell on Land Covenants was the leading title in this area when the first edition published in 1996. The strength of the commentary and analysis is such that it is still referred to today, despite the volume of case law that has occurred since.