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New – access to LexisNexis Property Library Online



The Library is pleased to let you know that the RAU now subscribes to LexisNexis Property Library Online.  Previously we have only had access to Planning areas, but have now added Property to the portfolio.

Property Library provides access to an extensive range of Property titles including the latest updates to commentary and cases, including coverage of tax relating to land.  Key Property sources include Scammell and Densham’s Law of Agricultural Holdings, Hill and Redman’s Law of Landlord and Tenant, Butterworths Property Law Service, Sergeant and Sims on Stamp Duties etc.

To access these resources use this link:

If you are on campus, do not log in with a username or password – simply click on the link that says ‘register now’ or ‘register later’, then view and accept the terms and conditions. You will then be able to access the database.

If you are off-campus choose the Academic sign-in and select UK Access Management Federation, then your home institution.

For help with using this resource, including pdf guides and ‘how to’ videos please visit the LexisNexis support pages:

This resource can also be accessed via the Library’s A-Z of e-resources on Gateway:


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This entry was posted on October 18, 2016 by in News, property, databases and tagged .


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