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Property Law 2016 Tri 2

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Property law Real property law Legal terms English property law Real estate Property Personal property Australian property law Right to property Real property Ownership Intellectual property
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Property law Real property law Legal terms English property law Real estate Property Personal property Australian property law Right to property Real property Ownership Intellectual property
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The legal definition of property differs from broader concepts because of its focus upon the character of the relationship rather than the nature of the object. It is important to understand that concepts of property are very much a product of social environment. Most of the western world adopts the ‘private’ property model however different cultures may adopt other approaches. Primary focus is on the private property model although some consideration is also given to indigenous approaches to property & the concept of native title NOTE The concepts and characteristics underlying the relationship and attempt to explain how property interests differ in form and effect from other types of legal relationships. CONSIDER the potential to expand and adapt our conception of what constitutes a property interest in order to accord with changi...
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