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MLL327 - Property Law Exam Notes

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Key terms and cases with explanations and section references. Adverse possession Ainsworth requirements - National Provincial Bank v Ainsworth Bare licence

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Property law Law Real property law Common law Possessory Lien Remainder Jus tertii Trespass Fee simple Property Adverse possession
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Property law Law Real property law Common law Possessory Lien Remainder Jus tertii Trespass Fee simple Property Adverse possession
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Adverse possession is a legal principle that enables the occupier of a piece of land to obtain ownership if uninterrupted and exclusive possession of the land for at least 15 years can be proven. Adverse possession claims cannot be made against the Crown, council-owned land and land owned by other authorities or bodies (per s 7B of the Limitation of Actions Act). Ainsworth requirements National Provincial Bank v Ainsworth Ainsworth’ requirements i.e. it must be definable, certain and assignable to third parties. There is so...
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