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Author Pretto-Sakmann, Arianna.

Title Boundaries of personal property law : shares and sub-shares / Arianna Pretto-Sakman
Published Oxford ; Portland, Or. : Hart Pub., 2005
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Contents Half Title Page; Title Page; Title verso; Preface; Acknowledgements; Contents; Table of Cases; Table of Statutes; Table of International Instruments; Table of Statutory Instruments; Part I: Prospect; 1. Introduction; A TWIN AIMS OF THIS BOOK; B STRUCTURE; C THE CONTEXT OF THIS STUDY; D GENERAL NATURE OF CONCLUSIONS; 2. The Condition of Personal Property; A THE NEGLECT; B CURRENT BOUNDARIES; C THE ITALIAN PERSPECTIVE; D CONCLUSION; 3. Terminology; A PERSONAL WEALTH OLD AND NEW; B INTRODUCTION TO INTERMEDIATION; C SECURITIES AND THE LIKE: ATTEMPTS AT A NEW TERMINOLOGY
A GAINS IN EFFICIENCYB THE PROBLEM OF WRITING; C THE PROBLEM OF CERTAINTY OF SUBJECT-MATTER; D CONCLUSION; 8. The Second External Boundary Property as Alienability; A ALIENANDA AND MODES OF ALIENATION; B PROPERTY-AS-OPPOSED-TO-OBLIGATIONS; C PROPERTY-AS-WEALTH; D CONCLUSION; Part IV: Vindicanda; 9. Protection of Entitlement to Shares and Sub-shares; A CLASSIFICATION OF PROTECTION; B VINDICATION; C OBLIQUE CLAIMS; D CONCLUSION; 10. The Third External Boundary: Property as Vindicability; A VINDICATION AND VINDICANDA; B PROPERTY-AS-OPPOSED-TO-OBLIGATIONS; C PROPERTY-AS-WEALTH
D CONSEQUENCES FOR SHARES AND FOR PERSONAL PROPERTYE CONCLUSION; Part V: Retrospect; 11. Conclusion; A THE INWARD-LOOKING PERSPECTIVE; B THE OUTWARD-LOOKING PERSPECTIVE; C A POST-MODERN POSITION; Bibliography; Index
D NEW TERMINOLOGY FOR INTERMEDIATED INTERESTSPart II: Locanda; 4. Shares as Things; A ETYMOLOGY; B SHARES AS CORPOREAL THINGS; C SHARES AS INCORPOREAL THINGS; D CONCLUSION; 5. The First External Boundary; A IN REM AND IN PERSONAM; B IN REM AND AD REM; C RIGHTS IN REM AND SUPERSTRUCTURAL RIGHTS; D PROPERTY AS RIGHTS IN REM CORPORALEM; E PROPERTY AS RIGHTS IN REM LOCABILEM; F CONSEQUENCES FOR SHARES AND FOR PERSONAL PROPERTY; G CONCLUSION; Part III: Alienanda; 6. Traditional Modes of Alienation; A PERFECT ALIENATION; B IMPERFECT ALIENATION; C ALIENATION AND WRITING; 7. New Modes of Alienation
Summary This study of the boundaries of personal property has an inward and an outward perspective, with the intellectual emphasis on the latter. The inward-looking inquiry considers shares as items of personal property. Nowadays those who think of themselves as shareholders often stand one step removed from the share itself. They hold what this book christens a sub-share. This part of the book asks in what sense shares and sub-shares can be conceived to be things, how those things are alienated, and how they are protected in litigation. The outward-looking inquiry then asks whether personal property
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 221-235) and index
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Subject Personal property -- England
Personal property -- Wales
Aandelen.
Eigendom.
Eigendomsrecht.
Ethische aspecten.
Gemeenschappelijk eigendom.
LAW -- Administrative Law & Regulatory Practice.
Personal property.
England.
Wales.
Form Electronic book
ISBN 1847311024
9781847311023