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    Next year I will be studying land law and after some preliminary reading it looks terrifyingly difficult!

    Does anyone have any tips or useful sources for studying land law? Also, without sounding cheeky, are there any notes someone has made on land law which I can look at?

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    (Original post by gman10)
    Help!

    Next year I will be studying land law and after some preliminary reading it looks terrifyingly difficult!

    Does anyone have any tips or useful sources for studying land law? Also, without sounding cheeky, are there any notes someone has made on land law which I can look at?

    Thank you,

    G
    It will look like that now because it's meant to be the most difficult law module that you'll study! Learning land law is like learning a language, you have to take your time with the reading and I found it useful to create a list of terms to memorise so that you start to understand what you're reading. Personally, I think it's more important than other modules to make sure you fully understand your lecture notes and tutorial notes BEFORE you go to your tutorial, so allow extra time to do so. When it comes to exams, I found it really useful to put each tutorial into a few spider diagrams and learn it that way, making it more like a formula to follow, but others may have different methods .


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