Inheritance Law, the Family and Society

Succession law - an often neglected branch of modern property law - has been described as "an attempt to define the family in terms of property". This book explores, from both an historical and comparative perspective, the manner in which inheritance laws have interacted - and continue to interact - with the concepts of both "family" and "property". Les mer
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Succession law - an often neglected branch of modern property law - has been described as "an attempt to define the family in terms of property". This book explores, from both an historical and comparative perspective, the manner in which inheritance laws have interacted - and continue to interact - with the concepts of both "family" and "property". It focuses in particular on how this "family protection" function of inheritance law has been balanced with the potentially conflicting interests of both property owners and wider society.

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