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LexisNexis Questions and Answers: Property Law, 4th edition, (eBook)

Consolidate knowledge with practice and revision questions.
Publisher: LexisNexis
RM 249.60
Published: 27 July, 2020
ISBN/ISSN: 9780409351965
Publisher: LexisNexis

Product description

LexisNexis Questions and Answers: Property Law is designed to facilitate both continuous review and preparation for examinations on a comprehensive range of topics within the property law curriculum. This book provides an understanding of property law and gives a clear and systematic approach to analysing and answering problem and exam questions. Each chapter commences with a summary of the key issues. Each question is followed by a suggested answer plan, a sample answer and comments on how the answer might be assessed by an examiner. The ‘Keep in Mind’ sections provide advice on potential errors to avoid when answering questions. A new chapter on personal property securities is included in this fourth edition. Features Summary of key issues in each chapter Questions with answer guide, suggested answer, examiners comments and common errors to avoid Helps students revise key areas before attempting problem questions Assists students with effective exam study preparation Enables students to practise applying their knowledge to hypothetical problems Related Titles Edgeworth, Rossiter, O’Connor & Godwin, Sackville & Neave Australian Property Law, 10th ed, 2016 Edgeworth, Quick Reference Card: Real Property Law, 3rd ed, 2020 Hepburn, Australian Property Law: Cases, Materials and Analysis, 4th ed, 2017

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Table of contents

Ch 1 Concepts of Property and the Doctrines of Tenure and Estates

Ch 2 The Creation, Transfer and Enforceability of Proprietary Rights: An Introduction

Ch 3 The Torrens System

Ch 4 Priorities of Interests in Land

Ch 5 Native Title

Ch 6 Co-Tenancies

Ch 7 Mortgages

Ch 8 Personal Property Securities

Ch 9 Servitudes: Easements and Restrictive Covenants

Ch 10 Licences and Leases

Ch 11 Possession and ‘Adverse’ Possession

Ch 12 The Doctrine of Fixtures