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Property 2 Full Course Notes with Answer Guide

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Topics Include: - Boundaries to Land - Formalities - Torrens System - Indefeasibility - Exceptions to Indefeasibility - In personam exception - Priorities - Caveats - Remedies - Mortgages - Leases - Easements - Covenants

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There are two approaches that need to be considered, with the first approach in Bernstein, requires a balancing of rights (public v private), and under the 2nd view there must be some actual interference with the plaintiff’s use and enjoyment of their land within the lower private bound. First Approach Bernstein v Skyways: Ad coelum rule should be restricted to the extent of allowing the public to ‘enjoy the benefits of science’ without interfering with the landowner’s right to use and enjoy the land. A trespass can occur where there is a direct invasion of the airspace w...
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