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The Law of the Manor. by Christopher Jessel. Coauthors & Alternates. Stephen Bickford-Smith. ISBN 9780854901104 (978-0-85490-110-4) Hardcover, Wildy, Simmonds & Hill Publishing, 2012. Find signed collectible books: 'The Law of the Manor'. Law Of The Manor - The Twenty First Century.
Christopher Jessel writes in a straightforward and readable manner, and manages to explain more of English history by tackling the seemingly peripheral subject of land tenure than many of the more general books. Land tenure is not peripheral, it is central, as this book makes plain. For example, discussions of who did well and who did badly during the Parliamentary Inclosures founder without the grounding of who owned what and why which is supplied so clearly in this book.
Overage or clawback is the right of the seller of land to claim an additional payment, perhaps many years after sale, if the land increases in value as a result of an event such as the grant of planning consent. The paper considers the legal issues involved and problems in implementing the arrangements. The parties need to agree when payment is due (as on grant of consent, resale or occupation) and the amount (often a proportion of the uplift in value)
the twenty first century. Supplement to: The law of the manor, by Christopher Jessel.
the twenty first century. Includes bibliographical references (p. 125-127) and index.
In the book the Governess starts to see ghosts at Bly Manor - but crucially, she’s the only one who .
In the book the Governess starts to see ghosts at Bly Manor - but crucially, she’s the only one who sees them in the book. She becomes convinced that Miles and Flora are being corrupted by the ghosts of Miss Jessel, the children’s previous governess, and Peter Quint, a manipulative servant who took over Bly Manor once the uncle left. One of the big things in Turn of the Screw is that the Governess sees the ghosts of Jessel and Quint from a distance: atop a tower, through a window, on the other side of a lake, at the top of the stairs, and then finally up close in a classroom.
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