Mortgagee's Power of Sale, 3rd Edition
|Author(s) :||Croft, C; Hay, R|
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|Published :||December, 2012|
1. Practical step by step guide for mortgagees seeking to obtain possession of and sell land.
2. Detailed consideration of a mortgagee's duties in selling land.
3. Comprehensive consideration of the differences between registered and unregistered mortgages and Torrens system and general law land.
4. Up to date case law analysis
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Bransgrove and Young, The Essential Guide to Mortgage Law in New South Wales, 2013 (forthcoming title)
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2. Source of the Power of Sale
3. Conditions Precedent to the Exercise of the Power of Sale
4. The Mortgagee's Right to Possession of the Mortgaged Land
5. Recovery of Possession of the Mortgaged Property
6. The Excercise of the Power of Sale
7. The Mortgagee's Duty in Excercising the Power of Sale: General Principals
8. The Mortgagee's Duty in Excercising the Power of Sale: Application of the General Principals
9. Permitted Purchasers
10. Protection of the Purchaser
11. The Mortgagor
12. Distribution of the Proceed of Sale - General Law Land
13. Distribution of the Proceeds of Sale - Registered Land
The Hon. Justice Clyde Croft was appointed as a judge of the Supreme Court of Victoria in 2009. Prior to his appointment, Justice Croft was long recognised as an authority on property law and is known to have amassed an extensive and impressive property law library. Most recently His Honour served as a member of the Expert Consultative Committee for the recent review of property law by the Victorian Law Reform Commission.
Robert Hay is a property and commercial law barrister practising in Melbourne. He is a member of the Law Institute of Victoria's Leasing Committee and has published extensively in the area of property law.