Australian Principles of Property Law

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Routledge, May 13, 2013 - Law - 500 pages
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Australian Principles of Property Law, now in its third edition, covers all aspects of Australian real property law. Each chapter has been expanded and updated to incorporate the latest developments and theories.

Incorporating academic discussion of historical and theoretical issues underlying the property system, as well as practical discussion of relevant legislative schemes, this texbook is the ideal accompaniment to any undergraduate property law course. Focusing on Victorian law, the text also outlines developments in other states and provides technical explanations where necessary. It is supported throughout by extracts from a wide range of cases and materials.

 

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Contents

Chapter 1 What Is Property?
1
Chapter 2 Possession Seisin And Ownership In Real And Personal Property
31
Chapter 3 The Doctrine Of Tenure And Estates
41
Chapter 4 Adverse Possession
67
Chapter 5 Equitable Interests
85
Chapter 6 Native Title
105
Chapter 7 Fixtures
147
Chapter 8 The Rule Against Perpetuities
161
Chapter 10 Deeds Registration System
217
Chapter 11 The Torrens System
229
Chapter 12 Convenants Over Land
267
Chapter 13 Easements
297
Chapter 14 Mortgages
329
Chapter 15 Leases
369
Chapter 16 CoOwnership
411
Index
437

Chapter 9 General Law Land And Priority Principles
171

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About the author (2013)

Professor Samantha Hepburn is the author of several textbooks. Her research and teaching interests include property and land law, native title, water rights, Indigenous environmental law and the propertisation of carbon interests.

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