Sackville and Neave Australian Property Law, 9th Edition
|Author(s) :||Edgeworth, B; Rossiter, C; Stone, M; O'Connor, P|
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|Format :||Soft Cover|
|Published :||December, 2012|
Sackville & Neave Australian Property Law is the authoritative work on property law in Australia. It provides a comprehensive review of land law and some aspects of personal property law in all Australian States and Territories.
The 9th edition Sackville & Neave Australian Property Law retains the structure adopted in the eighth edition. Chapter 1 deals with conceptual issues that underpin and define the ambit of property law. Later chapters examine four broad issues with which the law of property is concerned: the fragmentation of proprietary interests (Ch 2, 3 and 6); the acquisition and transfer of proprietary interests (Ch 4); and the enforceability of proprietary interests and related priority issues (Ch 4 and 5). The book also examines the rules regulating the creation and enforcement of particular interests in land, including leases, easements, restrictive covenants and mortgages.
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Gray, Edgeworth, Foster & Dorsett, Property Law in NSW, 3ed, 2012
Jackman & Werren, LNSG Property Law, 2010
Cameron-Dow, LNQA Property Law, 2012
Edgeworth, QRC Property Law, 2011
1. The Concept of Property
2. Possession Seisin and Title
3. The Fragmentation of Proprietary Interests in Land: Tenure, Estates and Native Title
4. Acquisition, Transfer and Priority of Proprietary Interests
5. Statutory Regulation of Interests in Land: the Deeds Registration and Torrens Systems
6. Concurrent Ownership
7. The Alienability of Proprietary Interests
9. Planning Land Use by Private Agreement: Freehold Covenants
10. Planning Land Use by Private Agreement: Easements and Profits à Prendre
Brendan Edgeworth is a Professor of Law and former Head of School at the University of New South Wales.
Chris Rossiter is a former Professor of Law at the University of New South Wales.
Margaret Stone is a former Judge of the Federal Court of Australia.
Pamela O'Connor is an Associate Professor of Law at Monash University.