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Property Law Notes

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Complete and concise notes for MLL327 Deakin University in T2 2015. Achieved D in exam by using these extensive and thorough notes. Fantastic to use as a supplement to readings, and to read ahead of lectures to get the most of your classes. Includes extensive case summaries as well as sections of relevant legislation. COMPLETE AND THOROUGH NOTES.

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Tort law Trespass Property law Real property law Personal property law Lien Conversion Adverse possession Detinue Possession Fixture Legal terms
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Tort law Trespass Property law Real property law Personal property law Lien Conversion Adverse possession Detinue Possession Fixture Legal terms
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rent legal and social references -! In rem = enforceable against the whole world -! In personam = enforceable against another person -! Property remedies will only exist where the right is in rem WHAT IS PROPERTY -! Refers to the range of objects and rights that an individual (or group or Corporation) has in their possession and control, which is accepted by the rest of the world -! Exists only because it is legally regulated -! Fundamental characteristics of the legal definition of property include: o! Relationship between an individual and an object/right, rather than the object itself ! Yanner v Eaton o! Property is enforceable in rem o! Confers the holder a “bundle of rights”, referring to the aggregate of rights associated ! Wesley Hohfeld o! Property only exists where there is the legal framework to support it o! Governs the use of things and allocation of social wea...
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