States Academic Press
Law, Criminology and Forensics - Law
The area of law that controls the various types of ownership in personal property and real estate is known as property law. Property indicates the legally protected claims to resources like land, personal property and intellectual property. It can be exchanged through contract law. If the laws of property are violated, one can sue under tort law in order to protect it. The concept, idea and philosophy of property form the basis of property law. There are two views on property rights. These views are the traditional view and the bundle of rights view. The traditional view believes that there is a core and inherent meaning in the concept of property. The bundle of rights view believes that the owner of the property only has bundle of permissible uses over the property. This book unfolds the innovative aspects of property law which will be crucial for the progress of this field in the future. It provides significant information of this discipline to help develop a good understanding of the property law and related fields. The topics covered in this book offer the readers new insights in the field of property law.