This video covers various estates and interests in land. We look at both legal and equitable interests. The video starts with freeholds, exploring 5 restrictions on such an interests – covenants, easements, nuisances, statutory restraints and licenses. We then explore leaseholds and commonholds. Three types of equitable interests are then explored: licenses, agreements and trusts.
After attending a Castle Debate on Flooding; I have put together a video on some of the legal challenges to flooding. I begin with mentioning a few lines on the lack of clarity and overarching statutory regimes surrounding Flood Management. I then move onto exploring the three basic claim areas that are likely to grow in the future:
1. Flooding caused/exacerbated by neighbours – Nuisance/Rylands v Fletcher
2. Climate change litigation
3. Challenges to public authority flood management
This video looks at the tort of Rylands v Fletcher, going over the various components and defences.