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Land Law Condensed Exam Notes (LAWS2383, JURD7283)

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Land Law Condensed Exam Notes (LAWS2383, JURD7283)
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Property law Law Real property law Equity Real estate Australian property law Torrens title Equitable interest Equitable remedy Bona fide purchaser Recording Real property Torres Strait Islanders
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Property law Law Real property law Equity Real estate Australian property law Torrens title Equitable interest Equitable remedy Bona fide purchaser Recording Real property Torres Strait Islanders
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NTA s233(1a): rights and interests must be possessed under traditional laws and customs; and • Factual inquiry to see if rights are traditional laws • Yorta: traditions adapt over time and will not be fatal to a claim of native title • Yorta: whether traditional = the change can be said to be the rights or interests asserted under the traditional laws and customs observed by the relevant people • Jango: rights observed must be sufficiently similar 3. NTA s233(1b): Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islanders by those laws and customs, have a connection with the land or waters; and (i) What is the content of rights (nature and incident) • Mabo: nature and incidents of NT must be ascertained as a matter of...
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