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Principles of Private Law LAWS1150 Exam Notes
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Principles of Private Law LAWS1150 Exam Notes

LAWS1150 - Principles of Private Law

7 Pages 1 Student Found this helpful University of New South Wales Partial Study Notes Year: Pre-2017

Principles of Private Law LAWS1150 Exam Notes (2015, S2). The Domain of Private Law Private law, values and corrective justice Private Law and public law distinguished Origins and sources of private law The categories of private law Contract Formation of Contracts Offer and Acceptance Intention to Create Legal Relations Consideration Certainty of Terms Privity Promissory Estoppel Property Definition of property Licences, contractual and otherwise New forms of property Definition of land Doctrine of fixtures Personal property Creation of property rights: original acquisition, voluntary/involuntary transfers The concept of possession of land and goods Bailment Torts of trespass, detinue and conversion Adverse possession/possessory title Formalities required in the formation of contracts Proprietary estoppel Agency Fundamental principles Distinction from other relationships, eg employment, sub-contract Specific types of agency

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