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Property Law Notes

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Comprehensive and full summary of all property law cases and theories broken down into weekly segments.

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Property law Equity Real property law English property law Australian property law Equitable interest English land law Life estate Lien Torrens title Breskvar v Wall Bona fide purchaser
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Property law Equity Real property law English property law Australian property law Equitable interest English land law Life estate Lien Torrens title Breskvar v Wall Bona fide purchaser
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“Property is the institution by means of which societies regulate access to material resources” (Sackville and Neave, Australian Property Law, 9th ed 2013, 1.1) Land: Land is permanent and immovable. Ownership of land can be split into multiple interests both physically and according to the doctrine of estates. Land has been important for its use and for the status that it gave rather than as a commodity to be traded to increase wealth. Personal Property: Personal property is moveable, tradeable and, with some exceptions valuable only in monetary terms. Includes tangible and intangible property, intellectual property rights and other choses in action. Goods can be physically transferred from hand to hand, may deteriorate over time and are often f...
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