Australian Land Law in Context provides a clear and concise introduction to the real property laws of Australia and sets the law in a modern, social and relevant context.
Written for undergraduate students in an engaging style, this text covers all of the main topics taught in a Land Law or Real Property subject. It references all Australian jurisdictions and includes lots of examples, so that students can see how the principles of land law are applied in practice.
Students will find the diagrams, flow charts, overviews and checklists helpful in aiding and deepening their understanding of land law, and invaluable in helping them prepare for assessment.
|Publisher:||Oxford University Press, USA|
|Product dimensions:||7.50(w) x 9.60(h) x 1.30(d)|
About the Author
Ken Mackie is a Senior Lecturer within the Faculty of Law at the University of Tasmania.
Elise Histed is a Senior Lecturer within the Faculty of Law at the University of Tasmania.
John Page is an Assistant Professor within the Faculty of Law at Bond University.
Table of Contents
1. Introduction: Land Law
2. The Meaning of Land
3. Title to Land: Tenure, Estates and Future Interests
4. Native Title
5. Adverse Possession
6. Law, Equity and Priorities
7. Land Registration - Torrens Title
10. Licences Relating to Land
14. Restrictive Covenants