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UOWLLB220VictoriaFall

LLB220 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Costain Group, Imperial Brands, Land Law

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Whether you can own it, leverage it, occupy it. What makes land uniquely significant in property law. Permanent and indestructible it cannot be lost. L
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LLB220 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Lexisnexis

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Extracted from b edgeworth et al, sackville and neave australian property law cases and materials (lexisnexis butterworths, Usually there is a contract
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LLB220 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Lease, Building, Nsw Law Reports

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Part 2: enforceability of lease covenants - termination of leases. Remedies for breach of lease covenants: textbook paragraphs 11. 41 to 11. 86. Old pa
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LLB220 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Anatomy Act 1832, Res Nullius, Conjoined Twins

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Week 6 - the idea of property, moore v university of california 271 cal reptr. 146 (sc 1990) (extract: re edwards (2011) 81 nswlr 198 (read paragraphs
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LLB220 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Condition Subsequent, Condition Precedent, Molecular Physics

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Text 3. 80 to 3. 93 and 10. 1 to 10. 65. If the condition is not met, the owner has a right to reclaim the property. Conditional interests some conditi
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LLB220 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: City Of Sydney, Penfolds, Quid Pro Quo

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The concept of possession - possession as a source of title - relativity of title - introduction to bailment -- 505, 93 er 664 (kb: waverly bc v fletch
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LLB220 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Fee Tail, Felix S. Cohen, Riparian Water Rights

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LLB220 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Equitable Remedy, Equitable Interest, Unconscionability

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Trusts - equitable interests in land - presumption of advancement - Readings: textbook paragraphs 6. 1 to 6. 22, 6. 25 to 6. 44, 6. 54 to 6. 55, convey
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LLB220 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Defeasible Reasoning, Adverse Possession, Life Estate

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A system of ownership through recording conveyance form one party to the next. If someone else is found to have proprietary interest no go. Now under r
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LLB220 Lecture 9: Leases and tenancies Part I - wk 9

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A lease necessarily involves a leaseholder and a lessee. A lease grants to the lessee the right of exclusive possession of land for a fixed duration. L
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LLB220 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Bailment, Pawnbroker, Apparent Authority

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Whenever one person is knowingly and willingly in possession of goods that belong to another. Not a purely proprietary conecept laws or property, contr
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LLB220 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Easement, Hereditament, Incorporeality

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