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Personal Property Transaction Notes

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Concepts of Personal Property, SALE AND TRANSFER OF PERSONAL PROPERTY Sale of Goods Act 1896 (Qld)

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Personal Property Transaction Notes
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Law Contract law Economy Private law Order Letter of credit Nemo dat quod non habet Estoppel Cover Contract Security interest Sale of Goods Act Letter
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Law Contract law Economy Private law Order Letter of credit Nemo dat quod non habet Estoppel Cover Contract Security interest Sale of Goods Act Letter
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g. a jewellery box) Originally all property not Real Property – it was limited to physical things but Now includes Intangible Property (eg shares, intellectual property & book debts) Chattels Real Originally used to define “chattels personal” associated with real property ( eg fixed assets to the land) Now limited to a leaseholders interest in real property. AMP Society v Gregory 1908 HCA, Not relevant in this course. Chose in Possession A chose (“thing”) capable of being owned and possessed. A tangible thing that you can touch, feel and see. Chose in Action In effect all other property rights in respect of Chattels Personal that are not Chose in Possession – i.e. a right enforceab...
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