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Separation and abstraction in property transfers: a comparative study of English and Chinese law

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This thesis is a non-traditional comparative study of a traditional topic, to see to what extent the non-unified rules in English law and vague rules in Chinese law can be fitted into the conceptual framework of separation and abstraction which originates in German law. It therefore comprises two main questions: first, how title/ownership is conveyed inter vivos consensually and second, whether the validity of conveyance is infected by a nullified or rescinded underlying basis. As...

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Faculty of Law; Brasenose College
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Faculty of Law; Brasenose College
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Type of award:
DPhil
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Doctoral
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University of Oxford

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