The new edition of Textbook on Land Law continues to provide a modern and practical approach to the subject (emphasising law as it is, rather than as it was) which has proved more attractive to students on a wide range of courses. The tenth edition has been fully updated and takes account of both statutory and case law developments. There are detailed accounts of the introduction of commonhold and the other implications of the Commonhold and Leasehold Reform Act and also of the changes in the land registration system that came into effect in October 2003. The impact of the Human Rights Act 1998 is considered throughout the text. Discussions of recent case law developments includes consideration of the decisions of the House of Lords in Aston v Countlow PCC v Wallbank, the expected decision in Ghaidan v Goedin-Mendoza, and the Court of Appeal cases Jennings v Rice, Campbell v Griffin and Peacock v Custins.