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Property A Exam Notes

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These are HD Property A notes, which contain detailed summary with a table of contents.

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Law Property law Real property law Common law Land tenure English property law Real estate Adverse possession Possession Easement Title Property
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Law Property law Real property law Common law Land tenure English property law Real estate Adverse possession Possession Easement Title Property
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• Time starts (s14 and s9), where paper title owner has discontinued possession or been dispossessed AND the squatter is in adverse possession (FP and ITP). • Continuous periods (Mulcahy). If 15 years accrues paper title is extinguished s18, s8. Squatter can become registered (s60-62 TLA) • Factual possession (open, peaceful, and adverse) and intention to possess (fencing, enclosure, farming the land, erecting sign). • Aggregation of periods of adverse possessors (conveyance, lack of abandonment). • For boundary disputes, inconvenience of injunction vs equitable damages (Jaggard v Sawyer, working rule in Shelfer, test for injunctions). • AP and leases s13; and AP and future interests 10(2) (if someone has a fee simple remainder in the land, either 6 yrs since it vests, or 15yrs since possession. LEASES p15 – p27 Exclusive possession and certa...
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