Intangible Property Rights in Ireland

A Guide to Irish Law (Second Edition)

By Albert Power

This book offers an in-depth examination of the principles and practical aspects of a commonly encountered yet highly complex area of Irish law, intangible property rights. This title has been completely updated and re-written and includes such recent Irish land law developments as: Land and Conveyancing Law Reform Bill 2006 Registration of Deeds and Title Act 2006 Essential new caselaw including William Bennett Construction v Greene, Orwell Park Management v Henihan, White v Callan & McAdams Homes v Robinson. New edition includes: Chapter I: Easements: Definition and Types Chapter II: Express and Implied Grants Chapter III: Necessity and Qualified Necessity Chapter IV: Prescription and Lost Modern Grant Chapter V: Extinguishment and Abandonment Chapter VI: Rights of Light Chapter VII: Watercourses and Rights of Water Chapter VIII: Rights of Way, Car-Parking, and Support Chapter IX: Public and Local Customary Rights Chapter X: Profits ? Prendre: Nature and Characteristics Chapter XI: Profits ? Prendre that Accommodate Need Chapter XII: Profits ? Prendre for Pleasure and Profit Chapter XIII: Positive Covenants and their 'Running' Chapter XIV: Statutes and Covenants Chapter XV: Enforceability of Restrictive Covenants Chapter XVI: Extinguishment of Covenants Chapter XVII: Licences: Characteristics, Origin and Protection Chapter XVIII: Whether Licence or Lease Chapter XIX: Rights of Residence Chapter XX: Conacre and Agistment

443 pages

Publication Date: 12/31/2008
Format: Cloth
ISBN: 9781847662590

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