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Property Law A Full Unit and Exam Notes

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Covers ALL topics in Property Law A (General Land Law) Including cases, legislation and other supporting documentation.

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Property Law A Full Unit and Exam Notes
Topics this document covers:
Law Property law Real property law Private law Adverse possession Possession Fixture Title Lien Trespass Equitable remedy Life estate
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Law Property law Real property law Private law Adverse possession Possession Fixture Title Lien Trespass Equitable remedy Life estate
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ccupation: Horsley o A person may legally possess goods even if they are not the true owner, or if they do not have the goods under their physical control: Horsley • Possession connotes a relationship between a person and some material object o This is a relation existing in fact, and the ‘right’ of the possessor to the chattel arises out of the factual situation: Button • Two elements to possession: o Factual possession/control o Intention to possess (animus possidendi) – intent to exclude others • Two forms of possession: o Actual possession ▪ Effective physical or manual occupation or control over property ▪ Much wider concept than mere physical custody – includes any case where the person alleged to be in possession has hidden the item effectively so that the person can take it into his or her physical custody when the person wishes: Williams o Constructiv...
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