This comprehensive text covers all of the materials relevant to property law in a detailed and thorough manner. The second edition examines the basic tenants of property law,as well as specific property interests such as land interests and the way in which these interests are conveyed, registered and co-ordinated.The book considers the development of native title as a legally recognised form of property in Australia and how such an interest sits within the common law and statutory infrastructure. Principles of Property Law is a vital book for students studying this complex area and is also a valuable addition to the library of academics and practitioners interested in this field.
CONTENTS -- 1 WHAT IS PROPERTY -- 2 POSSESSION SEISIN AND OWNERSHIP IN REAL AND PERSONAL PROPERTY -- 3 THE DOCTRINE OF TENURE AND ESTATES -- 4 ADVERSE POSSESSION -- 5 EQUITABLE INTERESTS -- 6 NATIVE TITLE -- 7 FIXTURES -- 8 THE RULE AGAINST PERPETUITIES -- 9 GENERAL LAW LAND AND PRIORITY PRINCIPLES -- 10 DEEDS REGISTRATION SYSTEM -- 11 THE TORRENS SYSTEM -- 12 COVENANTS OVER LAND -- 13 EASEMENTS -- 14MORTGAGES -- 15 LEASES -- 16 CO OWNERSHIP
Field of Research
180124 Property Law (excl Intellectual Property Law)
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