good for land law, but not exams,
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This review is from: Textbook on Land Law (Paperback)
This book repeats too much and covers a lot 'comparatively-less-important' stuff. In a 2-3 hrs law exam, I believe what we have to do is give the heart of the question a strike. If you simply read this book, you will not even know how to distinguish the important part and the relatively not important part and by that it means you will probably spending time writing stuff not on the marking scheme which will then ruin your time management. But the main reason I give this book a one-star is that it positioned itself in between directions and dixon/gray. If you want a book easy to understand and go through all the mainpoints in sequence, with key cases and statutes, DIRECTION series is the best; if you want to have some extra reading, go through land law deeper, martin dixon can give you a better view on this. Overall, having regarded to all these three books, I would read DIRECTION to understand the topic, and explore it in dixon.