What were the arguments of the plaintiff and the defendant at trial? How did the trial judge formulate the issues for determination?

Land law


Ensure that your coursework has a coherent and logical structure:

Plan your essay before writing it, after you have undertaken your research

Introduction: identify the issues and how you will address them; background info

Include separate paragraph(s) for each issue before moving on to the next issue

Conclusion: finish with a succinct and reasoned conclusion that draws on your analysis of the issues

Sources to use:
You need to demonstrate sufficient scope and depth of research of primary sources (case law) and secondary sources (books, journal articles). For this year’s coursework your main focus will be on the case law.

Research relevant journal articles in Westlaw and Lexis Library

DO NOT: use Google as a research tool; use websites such as lawteacher, e-lawresources etc. They are not good academic sources.

Avoid revision-guide type textbooks. They are not the best academic sources.


Use the OSCOLA method for referencing your work:

The OSCOLA quick reference guide has been uploaded to the Land Law BBL page – you can find it in the Assignments tab

This is how you reference a Law Commission report: Law Commission, Privity of Contract: Contracts for the Benefit of Third Parties (Law Com CP No 121, 1991)

What are the facts?

What are the main issues?

What were the arguments of the plaintiff and the defendant at trial?

How did the trial judge formulate the issues for determination?

What were the findings of the trial judge?

What were the arguments on appeal?

What was the decision of McCloskey LJ? How did he arrive at that decision?

Those are the questions to be considered for the essay

Links here are to help you compile this to a good standard

To find Information to help you only use Oxford notes , lawtrove or Lexis library.

For structure guess its depending how you answer the question and your judgement on it but preferably introduction, conclusion and another 3-5 paras on whatever you decide to say

You need to also refer to this link to know how to produce your answer. Use that link And look at proprietary estoppel.

Word count 2,000 words including footnotes

What were the arguments of the plaintiff and the defendant at trial? How did the trial judge formulate the issues for determination?

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