Succession, Families, Property and Death: Text and Cases - Third Edition
|Author(s) :||Croucher, R F; Vines, P|
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|Format :||Practitioner & Academic, Softcover, 700 pages|
|Published :||December, 2008|
The third edition of this highly respected work examines key issues in succession law from a variety of perspectives: national, international, historical and comparative. All Australian jurisdictions are covered in 17 comprehensive chapters which include statutory extracts to demonstrate different approaches. Case summaries show the forms of judicial argument used in succession law and give a clear analysis of judgments. Notes and questions in the book provide a deeper understanding of the material.
This updated and revised edition is presented in an attractive new internal design that clearly distinguishes different features in the book. Students also have access to a web quiz with questions relating to the book on http://www.lexisnexis.com.au/LNConnect.
Academic support available on www.lexisnexis.com.au/Campus.
· A web quiz provides lecturers and students with a practical tool for teaching and studying
· An attractive new internal design clearly distinguishes different features in the book
· The same successful authors team with Rosalind Croucher (formerly Atherton) and Prue Vines is responsible for the new edition
· De Groot & Nickel, Family Provision in Australia, 2007.
· Haines, Construction of Wills in Australia, 2007.
· Mackie, Principles of Australian Succession Law, 2007.
· Perkins & Monahan, Estate Planning - A Practical Guide for Estate and Financial Service Professionals, 2nd ed, 2008.
4. Family Provision
5. Administration of the Estate
Professor Rosalind Croucher (formerly Atherton) was appointed to the Australian Law Reform Commission in 2007 after a distinguished period of 25 years in University teaching and management, most recently as Dean of Law at Macquarie University, where she remains a Professor.
Professor Prue Vines is Director of First Year Studies and Co-director of the Private Law Research and Policy Group at the University of New South Wales.