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Hi i'm not sure which question would be easier to answer and how to go about doing so. help is much appreciated:

1A) With reference to statute, case law, official documentation and academic discussion, critically discuss the reforms made by the Trusts of Land and Appointment of Trustees Act 1996 to trusts for sale, the factors that the courts take into account in the context of coownership disputes and whether the latter has tipped the balance in favour of the family
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1B) With reference to statute, case law, official documentation and academic discussion, critically discuss and compare the rule in Wheeldon v Burrows (1879) LR 12 Ch D 31 and the operation of s.62 of the Law of Property Act 1925 in the context of the implied grant of easements.
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Personally I would go for question 1A. There is likely to be much more academic debate on TOLATA
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(Original post by universitylawtutor)
Personally I would go for question 1A. There is likely to be much more academic debate on TOLATA
Thank you - any ideas on how to go about answering the question?
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You should ask Vicki
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