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Class Notes for 4013LAW at Griffith University

Property Law 3: Regulation of Proprietary Interests

4013LAW Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Berowra Waters, New South Wales, Port Klang, Specific Performance

Exceptions to Indefeasibility Real Property Act 1886 (SA), s 69 lists the exceptions to indefeasibility. Court Interpretation of Legislation RPA, s 69 states: The title of every registered pr...

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4013LAW Lecture 14: 14-Indefeasibility

Indefeasibility The title of the registered proprietor is only subject to other interests recorded on the title. If you are registered, you are indefeasible and thus free from attack by adverse claims. Immediate Indefeasib...

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4013LAW Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Consideration

Common Law Priorities Under old system land is transferred by deed, not registration. Two Legal Interests A dispute between two legal interests is resolved according to who was first in time to have and interest. Legal Int...

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4013LAW Lecture 13: 13-Torrens-System

Torrens System Torrens land is subject to the Real Property Act 1886 (SA). Process Land becomes registered under the Torrens system and is given a volume and folio number which contains its boundaries and a description of ...

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4013LAW Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Calverley, Fide, Oral Contract

Equitable Interests An interest in property enforced and created by the courts in a situation where it would be unconscionable for the legal owner of the property to retain the benefit of the property...

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4013LAW Lecture 8: 08.1-Defence-of-Life-and-Property

08.1 Defence of Life and Property (CLCA ss 15-15C) Step One: Offence Before Defence Step Two A: Self Defence (s 15(1)); OR 1. s 15(1)(a): Did D genuinely believe the conduct to be necessary and reasonable for a ...

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4013LAW Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Specific Performance, Nuisance, London Residuary Body

Leases Terminology and Fundamentals A lease is a contract conferring a right on one person to possess property belonging to another person to the exclusion of the owner landlord. Tenant (lessee), land...

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4013LAW Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Fide, Public Auction, Hoyland

Mortgages Mortgagor, the person borrowing the money, granting the mortgage over their property. Mortgagee, the person who lends the money and has the mortgage. Legal Mortgages A legal mortgage ...

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4013LAW Lecture 9: 09-Co-Ownership

CoOwnership Tenancy in Common Where two or more persons own distinct interests in the same piece of property. They hold undivided shares, both without exclusive possession of any part of the property. A tenant in common is...

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4013LAW Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Downton Abbey, Jane Austen, Fee Simple

The Doctrine of Estates Estate A right, title, claim or demand, whether legal or equitable. Fee Simple The highest property right an individual can have in Australia. The crown still actually owns the...

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4013LAW Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Absolute Liability, Social Issue

02 Fault and He Kaw Teh (1985) Step One: Language of Statute and its Elements 1. Does each physical element have an express fault element? a. if YES, fault liability, HKT does not apply b. if NO, continue 2. Do the remaini...

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4013LAW Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: 5Aa, Endangerment, Audi A6

05 Offences Against the Person Aggravating Factors (s 5AA) a. [] deliberately and systematically inflicting severe pain; b. [] used, or threatened to use, an offensive weapon; c. [] against a police officer, prison officer...

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4013LAW Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Seisin, Life Estate, Fee Simple

Possession of Real Property Possession of Land Occurs when you occupy a substantial area of land. Occupation occurs with intent to exclude all others, even those who may have a better claim to the land. Seisin, formal lega...

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4013LAW Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Christopher Hitchens, Fishing Net, Grater

Chattels Possession Effective physical or manual control or occupation. Possession of chattels is important in proving ownership. Nemo dat A person cannot give away better title than what they have. Exceptions: o Market ov...

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4013LAW Lecture 2: 02-Fixtures-and-Fittings

Fixtures and Fittings Fixtures Part of the property. If the item is affixed it is presumed to be a fixture, the onus of proof is on the person alleging that it is not a fixture. Fittings Not part of the property (chattel)....

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Introduction to Business Law - Reference Guides

Business law, sometimes referred to as corporate-commercial law, is a system of governance and regulations in connection with the creation, existence and dissolution of businesses. Today, Canadian businesses are governed b...

BLAW - Business Law
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Permachart - Marketing Reference Guide: Multilateral Treaty, European Economic Community, Statute Of The International Court Of Justice

l e a r n • r e f e r e n c e • r e v i e w permacharts TM International Law APPLICATIONS TREATIES ...

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Permachart - Marketing Reference Guide: National Environmental Policy Act, Municipal Solid Waste, Criteria Air Contaminants

l e a r n • r e f e r e n c e • r e v i e w permacharts TM EEnvironmental Law ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATION NATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL POL...

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Permachart - Marketing Reference Guide: Defeasible Estate, Leasehold Estate, Future Interest

l e a r n • r e f e r e n c e • r e v i e w permacharts TM PProperty Law ESTATES DESTRUCTIBILITY ...

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