Australian Property Law - Caes, Materials and Analysis contains important case & legislation extracts from Australian jurisdictions with detailed discussion
Australian Property Law - Cases, Materials and Analysis by Samantha Hepburn is an p-to-date analysis of property and land law for students, academics and practitioners. Australian Property Law introduces the conceptual framework of interests in real and personal property.
The book contains carefully selected case and legislation extracts from different Australian jurisdictions which have been given a detailed and directed discussion highlighting relevant principles. The commentary evaluates the area of law, the status and effect of important decisions and subsequent judicial and legislative developments and also includes references to further journal materials and other academic commentary. Each chapter contains review questions and answer guides for exam purposes, which outlines how to approach a question in this area and how to incorporate relevant case and legislation.
A textbook and casebook in one; A clear explanatory writing style; Examples are constructed to illustrate difficult issues; Review questions throughout the text.
Table of Contents
1. Concepts of Property
2. Possession, Title and Personal Property
3. Fixtures, Encroachment and Boundaries
4. Adverse Possession
5. The Doctrine of Tenure and Estates
6. Restraints on Alienation and the Rule Against Perpetuities
8. Native title
9. Equitable Interests
10. Priority Rules
11. The Torrens System
12. Unregistered Interests
14. Restrictive Covenants