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Doesn't include Topic 5 as Native Title was assessed in the assignment in 2014. Good for learning about all the other Topics.

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Technology Politics Law Business Social Issues War Hospitality Health Property Property law Lien Conversion Adverse possession Personal property Ownership Bundle of rights Possessory Private law Right to property
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Technology Politics Law Business Social Issues War Hospitality Health Property Property law Lien Conversion Adverse possession Personal property Ownership Bundle of rights Possessory Private law Right to property
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Property will only exist in a legal capacity where the right which is conferred in in rem in nature (enforceable against the world as opposed to in personamwhich is enforceable against another person). What do we mean by property Property is a concept that refers primarily to the range of objects and rights that an individual or group of individuals or corporation has in their control and possession and which is accepted by the rest of the world. It may be seen that property is more a convention than a form, as it exists only because it is legally regulated. Here we see that private property rights only truly exist where the legal system protects and enforces such rights. There are a number of fundamental characteristics ass...
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