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This unique book guides you to native pro excellence in using legal terms of Property Law, enabling you to write and translate legal texts in this practice area in English.


Dictionaries tell you the equivalent of a legal term in another language, and this book tells you how native professionals use legal terms of Property Law. So, by reading and regulary consulting this book, you can achieve native pro excellence in legal English.


This book guides you to native pro excellence in using 123 Property Law terms. Knowledge is presented in a clear-cut and user-friendly manner, by sentence patters and sample sentences, for example:


(1) title to property + vest + in person

for example: Title to the work shall vest in the purchaser as and when performed, the work shall be deemed to have been delivered to, and title to the work shall be vested in, the purchaser.


(2) person + mortgage + property

for example: The buyer may acquire, transfer, sell, mortgage, pledge, dispose of or encumber the property.


(3) property + is made + security + for debt

for example: The property is made security for the payment of the debt.


(4) person + have + good title + to property + subject + to no burden

for example: The corporation has good and marketable title to its properties and assets,  in each case subject to no material mortgage, pledge, lien, encumbrance, charge or otherwise.


And many more on 105 pages...


Just one reading of such sentence patterns and you already have a good understanding of how to use the particular term, serving as a model to create similar sentences. The book describes these terms by presenting such sentence patterns in adequate number to give a good understanding of term usage.


This ebook also describes

- Specific forms of ownership and possession

- Absolute ownership and absolute possession

- Other forms of possession

- Future interests in property

- Commencement and continuance of ownership

- Commencement of ownership

- Continuance of ownership

- Ending of ownership

- Forced takeover of property

- Transfer of property

- Recovery of property

- Parting with property

- Benefits of ownership

- Burdens on property

- Commencement and existence of burden

- Commencement of burden

- Existence of burden

- Deliveries, delay in deliveries and nondeliveries under burden

- Scope of burden

- Ranking of burdens (Superior rank Subordination of burdens)

- Ending burden

- No burden on property

- Violation of property rights,


all terms in use in these topics, so by reading this book, you can have Property Law as one of your specialisations.


Written by a legal terminologist and legal translator having completed a Yale law course, and proofread by an U.S. attorney (with a law degree from Yale), this book describes Property Law, a total of 123 legal terms in this practice area. By reading and consulting this book, you will be familiar how to use Property Law terms, and you will have a good understanding of this practice area, thereby promoting your career in law and in legal translations.


The preface to the book was written by an Oxford Law Professor, who confirmed it as being a "masterly work".


Useful for law students, to use it in tandem with their studies in law, to quickly learn how to use all legal terms of Property Law, at the standard native professionals (UK and US judges, attorneys, etc) use these terms. Useful also for legal translators when they are to write legal texts in Property Law. Useful also for law professors, as it provides inspirational content for use in classes. Useful also at university translation courses, in teaching students terminology of this practice area.


Collect all six terminology ebooks, and you can have a jump start in getting familiar with, and then become an expert in these practice areas, as areas of your specialisations.

Terminology of Property Law in Use

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