Readership: Barristers and solicitors practising in commercial, chancery and property law as well as scholars teaching and researching land law.
Ben McFarlane, Professor of Law, University College London
Ben McFarlane is a Professor of Law, at University College London. He has taught in Oxford since 1999 and has published widely on proprietary estoppel, as well as addressing legal practitioners on the subject. He is the author of The Structure of Property Law and a co-author of Land Law: Text, Cases and Materials, the second edition of which will be published in 2012. He was awarded a Phillip Leverhulme Prize in 2010.
"The work is a great work of scholarship and fills a much needed gap in legal literature. A worthwhile addition to the equity and family lawyers' professional library." - Acting Justice Peter W Young AO, Australian Law Journal
"... wide-ranging, detailed and an excellent analysis of this emerging, or actually, re-emerging area of law. Practical, reassured, balanced and readable ... If ever you as a practitioner have cause to feel that all too familiar frisson of fear in court when 'proprietary estoppel' raises its head, you need fear no longer; not when you have this reassuringly erudite book to hand." - Phillip Taylor
2: Acquiescence, Representation, or Promise
6: Formal Requirements and Other Possible Bars
7: The Extent of the Equity
8: Third Parties
10: The Wider Legal Context