Property Law in New South Wales, 4th edition
This book provides clear and accessible explanations of the system of property law in New South Wales. The fourth edition has been extensively revised to include recent developments in case law and legislation, including expanded coverage of the Personal Property Securities Act, eConveyancing and the introduction of priority notices.
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This book provides clear and accessible explanations of the system of property law in New South Wales. The fourth edition has been extensively revised to include recent developments in case law and legislation, including expanded coverage of the Personal Property Securities Act, eConveyancing and the introduction of priority notices. Recent decisions discussed include:
- Williams v Central Bank of Nigeria (2014) ‒ constructive trusts
- Akiba v Commonwealth (2013) and Western Australia v Brown (2014) ‒ native title
- Brookfield Multiplex Ltd v Owners Corporation Strata Plan 61288 (2014) ‒ strata title
- Cassegrain v Gerard Cassegrain & Co (2015) ‒ joint tenancy
- Castle Constructions v Sahab Holdings (2013) ‒ easements
- Estate Late Chow Cho-Poon, Re (2013) ‒ rule against perpetuities
- Provident Capital Ltd v Papa (2013) ‒ mortages
- Roda & Roda (2014) ‒ joint tenancy
- Sidhu v Van Dyke (2014) ‒ equitable estoppel
- The Owners Strata Plan 50276 v Thoo (2013) ‒ strata title
Cameron-Dow, Questions & Answers: Property Law, 3rd ed, 2016
Edgeworth, Rossiter, O’Connor & Godwin, Sackville & Neave Australian Property Law, 10th ed, 2017
Jackman & Werren, LexisNexis Study Guide: Property Law, 2nd ed, 2014
Hepburn, Australian Property Law: Cases, Materials & Analysis, 4th ed, 2017
Webb & Stephenson, Focus: Land Law, 4th ed, 2015
Table of contents
- The Concept of Property
- Land, Fixtures and Chattels
- Fundamental Principles – Tenure and Estates
- Native Title
- Possession and Adverse Possession
- Law, Equity and Trusts
- Old System and Priorities
- Torrens Title
- Common Property
- Leases and Tenancies
- Easements and Profits à Prendre
- Freehold Covenants