Attorney Yaw D. Oppong has offered a new book; ‘Contemporary Trends in the Law of Immovable Property in Ghana’.
The book edited by no less a person than Justice Kwasi Anin Yeboah, a justice of the Supreme Court of Ghana brings clarity to the regulation governing immovable property.
Oppong, author of previous books demystifies segments of the law taking the time this time round to treat constitutional law, contract law, family law, tax law as well as equity and succession law aspects of the law of immovable property.
Relying on scholarships to make his case, Oppong cites relevant authorities while undertaking sound analysis. He also identifies and discusses the policy underpinnings of the black letter.
Because of its treatment, students will find the book a ready guide to understanding the law of immovable property while legal practitioners already in the field and no strangers to the law, will nonetheless benefit from the detailed analysis of recent judicial decisions.