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MSPL Accepted Papers

MSPL 2020 Accepted Speakers and Title of Their Papers

Speaker Institution
Title of Paper 
 

Andrew Steven

 

University of Edinburgh

 

Mortgage law reform in Scotland – fifty years apart

 

John Mee

 

University College Cork

 

The Law of Commorientes: Second and Third Generation Reform

 

Joshua Teng

 

Advocate and Solicitor of the High Court of Malaya

 

Trusts in Virtual Currency

 

Sean Thomas

 

University of York

 

Smart Homes and Virtual Fixtures

 

Juanita Pienaar

 

Stellenbosch University

 

Fair, inclusive and productive systems of ownership: Scottish and South African land reform perspectives

 

Brona McNeill

 

Queens University, Belfast

 

Is the Grass Always Greener? Understanding Grazing and Cropping Rights in Northern Ireland

 

Ben France-Hudson

 

University of Otago

 

Easements, the Ouster Principle and Coherence in the Law of Servitudes

 

John Picton

 

University of Liverpool

 

Temple of the Jedi Order Registration Decision — The Case-Law Strikes Back

 

Chris Pearce

 

UNSW Sydney

 

Caveat Venditor: Let the Vendor Beware

 

Alexandra Flynn

 

University of British Columbia

 

Contingent property interests of poor people’s things: theorizing the law of personal property

 

Richard Hedlund

 

University of Lincoln

 

Informal and Digital Wills – the need for a dispensing power in English succession law

 

Juliet Brook

University of Portsmouth

 
 

The Role of Knowledge and Approval in Retrospective Assessments of Capacity

 

Aruna Nair and
Jonas-Sebastien Beaudry

 

University of Oxford/McGill University

 

Property and the Freedom to Discriminate: Markets, Gifts, and the
Scope of Anti-Discrimination Norms

 

John Tribe

 

University of Liverpool

 

Bankruptcy and the Family Home: The Case for Imputing Insolvency Irregularities and a
Presumption of Creditor Interests

 

Rafael Garza

 

University of Monterrey

 

The anomalies of the English trust law as seen from a civil law perspective

 

Emma Lees

 

University of Cambridge

 

Tenancies and Motive – Decency in Private Law

 

Pablo Lerner

 

Zefat School of Law, Israel

 

Protection of right to real property : formalism and judicial discretion

 

Joyman Lee

 

University College London

 

Connecting Good Faith with Japanese Trusts Law

 

Olga Pushina

 

University of Lapland

 

Protection of the right to social housing in conjunction with the right to property in the decisions
of the European Court of Human Rights against Russia

 

Victoria Hamlyn

 

Leeds Beckett University

 

Owning the seabed and the foreshore: reconciling national heritage stewardship with offshore
renewable energy development

 

Jenny Boddy

 

University of Cambridge

 

No title - s21 HA 1988

 

Fatima Antelo

 

Pompeu Fabra University (Barcelona, Spain)

 

Assessing Blockchain Solutions for Land Title Institutions

 

David Sawtell

 

Barrister, Lamb Chambers

 

Overage agreements and temporal aspects of property development in English land law

 

Sarah Blandy

 

Sheffield University

 

Commonplace Property

 

Rachael Walsh

 

Trinity College Dublin

 

Constitutional Property’s Marginal Systemic Significance

 

Rebecca Leshinsky

 

RMIT University Australia

 

Blockchain P2P fractionalization as an empowerment instrument for disadvantaged land owners

 

Alvin See

 

Singapore Management University

 

The Doctrine of Fixtures Reconsidered

 

 

Adam Baker

 

Leeds University

 

Pragmatism and Certainty of Subject-matter

 

Rory Copeland

 

Associate, Allen & Overy LLP 

 

Cryptoassets and a systemic view on the nature of property

 

Helen Carr, Caroline Hunter
and Gwilym Owen

 

University of Kent, University of York
and University of Bangor

 

The sale and use of leaseholds in Wales

 

Luke Rostill and Charles Mitchell

 

University of Oxford; University College London

 

Making sense of ‘Mesne Profits’: Causes of Action



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