The Young Property Lawyers Forum is an international network of property law researchers, which has since its inception in 2008 organised seven conferences. Property Law Perspectives V contains a selection of peer reviewed papers presented at the sixth conference of the Young Property Lawyers Forum, which took place at the University of Groningen from 23 to 25 November 2015.The contributors to this book deal with major challenges facing property law in the 21st century, such as inequality, Europeanisation, and property law's relationship to constitutional law and public law regulation. Also, the contributors seek to solve problems regarding, for instance, acquisitive prescription and condominium rights in one jurisdiction through insights from other jurisdictions. As the motto of the Young Property Lawyers Forum 2015 was "YPLF meets practice", a Dutch practitioner explores property law-related problems surrounding grids in practice and possible legislative solutions to them. The wide variety of topics and jurisdictions make this book a fascinating read for anyone interested in property law.The series Vastgoed, Omgeving & Recht (Property, Environment & Law) focuses on exchange of knowledge and discussion between theory and practice in the field of real estate, environment and law in the broadest sense.Monographs, theses, conference bundles and comments are part of the series. This series is part of the book series published by the Nederlands Institute for Law and Governance (NILG).The Nederlands Institute for Law and Governance (NILG) is a joint venture between the faculties of law at the VU University Amsterdam, the University of Groningen and other research institutions to improve research in the field of Law and Governance. The NILG's research theme is the interaction between the regulation of public and private interests in law and the way in which these interests are being regulated.