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Introduction to property law cover PPSA , leases , licenses , goods act , wills and more

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Real property law Property law Legal terms Personal property law Tort law Conversion Trover Detinue Title Fixture Trespass Aboriginal title
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................................................... 2 Topic two: Key Land Law Concepts .................................................................................... 7 Topic 3: Original Acquisition of Title to Goods and Land .................................................. 14 The Doctrine of Accession ......................................................................................................... 15 Accessory or Principle ............................................................................................................... 16 Doctrine of Fixtures .................................................................................................................. 16 Possession ................................................................................................................................ 18 Adverse ...
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