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4 page condensed template from over-arching concepts to finders keepers, fraud, leases, etc. and step by step exam answer guide

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Law Property law Real property law Torrens title Estate in land Lien Bailment Real property Adverse possession Easement Fixture Breskvar v Wall
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Law Property law Real property law Torrens title Estate in land Lien Bailment Real property Adverse possession Easement Fixture Breskvar v Wall
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It extends to every species of right & interest capable of being enjoyed as such upon which it is practicable to place a money value’ S36 Acts Interpretation Act: “any legal or equitable interest (whether present or future, vested or contingent, or tangible or intangible) in real or personal property of any description (including money), & includes things in action (e.g. shares)” Justifications of PP: 1. Occupation Thy (1st discovery/occupancy); 2. Labour Thy (labour & skills); 3. Personality Thy (individuality & free will); 4. Economic Thy (productivity & efficiency) Characteristics of Property: National Prov. Bank v Ainsworth 1. Definable; 2. Identifiable (by 3rd parties); 3. Assignable (able to transfer to another: not an absolute requirement: ACT v Cth...
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