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Corporeal moveables

Scottish Law Commission.

Corporeal moveables

remedies

by Scottish Law Commission.

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Published by Scottish Law Commission in Edinburgh .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Remedies (Law) -- Scotland.,
  • Personal property -- Scotland.,
  • Acquisition of property -- Scotland.,
  • Property -- Scotland.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesRemedies.
    StatementScottish Law Commission.
    SeriesMemorandum / Scottish Law Commission -- no. 31, Memorandum (Scottish Law Commission) -- no. 31
    The Physical Object
    Pagination23 p. ;
    Number of Pages23
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17384562M

    P 16 The Rights of Things. Book II. Ch. 2. Chapter the second. Of REAL PROPERTY; and, first, of CORPOREAL HEREDITAMENTS. The objects of dominion or property are things, as contradiftinguifhed from perfons: and things are by the law of England diftributed . in corporeal moveables, the author reviews how the action in revendication and its sur-rogates may be deployed today to protect these rights. In particular, the author examines how the changing conceptions of corporeal move-ables have challenged some of the basic prin-ciples of .

      EdinLR Vol 11 pp HarperCollins Publishers Ltd v Young1 is an example of a rarity: a case on corporeal moveables in the Court of Session.2 The pursuer, the well-known publisher, operates a distribution centre in Glasgow. There it receives books returned from retailers. Irvine, Corporeal Moveables in Scots Law (2nd ed., ), paras. The distinction between obligations to donate and the transfer of property by donation is explored further in a comparative context (including Scots law) in M. Hogg, ‘Promise and donation in Louisiana and comparative law’ ()

    Corporeal moveables, ie: property which can be physically moved such as personal items, furniture, cars etc. can be possessed with an animus and corpus. Possession of corporeal moveable property is relevant in Scots criminal law with criminal offences involving possession; such as those relating to drugs, under the Misuse of Drugs Act , for possession of an illegal substance, [42] or theft. [43].   In Scotland the law of rights in security over moveables remains underdeveloped. One of the greatest problems, and the one alluded to by the writers, is the rigid rule that in general there can be no real right in security unless the creditor has possession of the property. One of the aims of this chapter is to investigate how Scots law developed in order to reach this position.


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Corporeal Moveables in Scots Law Hardcover – Decem by Carey Miller (Author), David Irvine (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats Corporeal moveables book editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover, Decem "Please retry" Authors: Carey Miller, David Irvine.

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Fully Revised and updated from the first edition inthis eagerly awaited title is the definitive book on corporeal moveables in Scots law. Possession of Corporeal Moveablesbears the hallmarks of the series; it is an adapted version of a PhD thesis, and features high-quality doctrinal scholarship informed by historical and comparative legal research.

The focus is the physical element (corpus) of possession of corporeal moveables. Craig Anderson, Possession of Corporeal Moveables; Share. Craig Anderson, Possession of Corporeal Moveables Book Review Editor.

Lorna Richardson Edinburgh Law Review School of Law, University of Edinburgh, David Hume Tower George Square Edinburgh EH8 9JX [email protected]. Buy Corporeal Moveables in Scots Law 2nd edition by D L Carey Miller, David Irvine (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.

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Chapter 5: Introduction Goods Registered moveables: cars, aircraft, ships Transfer: SOGAs 17 Transfer: the default rules The seller’s lien Retention of title SOGAss 20A and 20B: sale of quasi-specific goods The nemo plus principle Should good faith buyers be protected.

Get this from a library. Corporeal moveables: general introduction and summary of provisional proposals. [Scottish Law Commission.]. Fully revised and updated from the first edition inthis eagerly awaited title is the definitive book on corporeal moveables in Scots law.

This new edition maintains the emphasis of the first on the distinctive relevant common law of Scotland in the areas of: Original and derivative acquisition Protection of ownership and possession. The section imports a corporeal moveables exception to nemo dat in the justification for recognising the entitlement of a good faith acquirer in circumstances in which there is nothing to suggest that the disponer does not have a right of disposal.

The position of section 86 is seen to be analogous to that of section 25 of the Sale of Goods Act. Focusing on corporeal moveables in Scots law, this edition emphasises the distinctive relevant common law of Scotland in the areas of: original and derivative acquisition; protection of ownership and possession; and security and reservation of title.5/5(1).

David Carey Miller with David Irvine, Corporeal Moveables in Scots Law Show full title. Recommend to Library. Andrew J M Steven. Search for articles by this author + Show all authors Book Review Editor. Lorna Richardson Edinburgh Law Review School of Law, University of Edinburgh, David Hume Tower George Square Edinburgh EH8 9JX.

Arrestment therefore could be included in our discussion (E-note 3) on the attachment of corporeal moveables. (It is the old Scottish custom, for example, to attach ships by arrestment in rem.) But by far the greatest practical use of arrestment for a creditor is against his debtor's incorporeal moveable property in the debts due to the debtor.

David Carey Miller with David Irvine, CORPOREAL MOVEABLES IN SCOTS LAW. Edinburgh: Scottish Universities Law Institute, W Green & Son Ltd (), 2nd edn, xlii + pp. ISBN £ The fi rst edition of this magisterial work appeared in Much has happened in Scottish property law since then.

Corporeal Moveables in Scots Law, 2nd edn () paras ; D A Brand, A J M Steven and S Wortley, Professor McDonald’s Conveyancing Manual, 7th edn () paras ; S Wortley, “Double Sales and the Offside Trap: Some Thoughts on the Rule Penalising Private Knowledge of a Prior Right” JR ; K G C Reid, The Law of Property.

Corporeal property is the right of ownership in material things. Incorporeal property also called as intellectual or conventional property. it includes all those valuable interests which are protected by law.

of Corporeal Moveables is a suitable companion to a recent comparative work on possession, E Descheemaeker (ed), The Consequences of Possession (). Given that Dr Anderson’s book reflects its origins as a PhD thesis, it is probably not appropriate as an introductory guide.

David Carey Miller with David Irvine, CORPOREAL MOVEABLES IN SCOTS LAW. Edinburgh: Scottish Universities Law Institute, W Green & Son Ltd (), 2nd edn, xlii + pp. ISBN £ The fi rst edition of this magisterial work appeared in Much has happened in Scottish property law since then.

Buy Corporeal Moveables in Scots Law by Miller, (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. Possession of Corporeal Moveables. Craig Anderson. PUBLISHER: EDINBURGH LEGAL EDUCATION TRUST ISBN: PRICE: £ This is Volume 3 in the Studies in Scots Law series.

“Possession” is a commonly used word, but what does it mean in legal terms?Corporeal Moveables in Scots Law (second edition) David Lancelot Carey-Miller, D.

Irvine Research output: Book/Report › Book Corporeal Moveables in Scots Law (second edition). We do, however, recognise that the addition of corporeal moveables would bring with it a degree of asymmetry to the project, for whilst outright assignations would be covered, outright transfers of corporeal moveables would not be.

(In most cases the outright transfer of corporeal moveables is covered by the Sale of Goods Act ).