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Cambridge Centre for Property Law

 

In conjunction with the Cambridge Centre for Private Law, members of the Centre will be contributing to "New Perspectives on Land Registration: Contemporary Problems and Solutions", a collection of essays arising from the Land Registration symposium held in Cambridge

The book is the product of a collaboration that began in November 2014 with a conference at the University of Cambridge, co-organised by the Cambridge Private Law Centre (Faculty of Law) and the Cambridge Centre for Property Law (Department of Land Economy). This conference gathered together, for the first time, the leading experts in the field of Land Registration – from academia,
practice, the judiciary, Her Majesty’s Land Registry, and Law Commissions (present and past). The fifteen papers presented at the conference clustered around several key themes.

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