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The Principles of Personal Property Law
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A fully revised and updated edition of Duncan Sheehan's acclaimed 'The Principles of Personal Property Law'.

Table of Contents

1. The Basic Concepts of Personal Property Law 2. Transfer of Legal Title to Tangibles 3. Nemo Dat Quod Non Habet 4. Assignment of Legal Choses in Action 5. Disposition of Subsisting Equitable Interests 6. Negotiation and Negotiable Instruments 7. Defective Transfers and Payments 8. Protection of Legal Title via Tort Law 9. Protection of Equitable Title: Remedies for Misdirected Property 10. Bailment and Attornment 11. Security Interests and Quasi-Security 12. Pledges and Liens 13. Mortgages and Bills of Sale 14. Equitable Charges 15. Secured Transactions Law Reform 16. Concluding Observations

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Duncan Sheehan is Professor of Commercial Law in the School of Law in the University of Leeds.

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