It is evident from recent cases and legislation that the law governing commons and village greens is becoming increasingly important, particularly in relation to the preservation of such land for future generations. The Law of Commons, Town and Village Greens offers a practical explanation of the law, comprehensively covering a wide range of issues from the classification of common land to its regulation and management. It will also include the key legislative materials. There is currently no other legal work dedicated solely to common land. Includes coverage of: - Origin of Rights of Common - Classification of Rights of Common - Classification of Common Land - Ownership of Common Land - Acquisition and Transfer of Rights of Common - Inclosure and Extinguishment of Rights of Common - Town and Village Greens - Public Access to Commons - Regulation and Management of Common Lands - Compulsory Acquisition and Common Lands
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