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Description

This is a summarized introduction to Property Law with accompanying case briefs on each area.

Topics covered are:
1. The nature of property
2. The bundle of rights and ownership
3. Possession
4. An exploration of intangible property rights (property in ideas
and body parts)
5. Tenure and estate (history, and development in the context of
the Mabo and Ngati Apa decisions)
6. An introduction to nature, purpose and use of formalities in
property law

This will give you a core understanding of each topic and allow you to apply you time to more in depth analysis of cases.

Case briefs are set in out a table which divides the facts and law emerging from each case. They contain all the necessary detail required to understand cases and apply them in problem questions and essays. Of especial note are the one and two page summaries of the Ngati Apa and Mabo decisions - cases that span over 60 pages of complex law in their original form.

Although these notes were used to achieve a final B grade, they lend themselves to achieving higher grades with a student who works well in highly time pressured exam situations.

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Property Law Notes

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