Halsbury's Laws of England Fifth Edition Volume 77 2016 Mistake, Mortgage, National Heritage
Halsbury's Laws of England Fifth Edition Volume 77 2016 Mistake, Mortgage, National Heritage deals with the consequences of mistake in fact or in law as a ground for relief.
Why you should buy Halsbury's Laws of England Fifth Edition
The Halsbury's Laws Mistake title deals with the consequences of mistake in fact or in law as a ground for relief, or the basis of a defence, between parties to civil proceedings.
The Mortgage title comprehensively covers the law relating to legal and equitable mortgages, from creation of mortgages and charges, to discharge; including rights and liabilities, redemption, remedies, orders, and costs.
The National Heritage title covers the establishment of cultural institutions by statute or royal charter. It gives a full exposition of moveable heritage, including treasure, import and export of cultural objects and the control of illicit trade; and immoveable heritage, including world heritage sites, archaeological sites, ancient monuments, historic buildings and gardens, and battlefields.
The law is stated as at 1 December 2015, although subsequent changes have been included wherever possible.
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