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Quick Reference Card: Personal Property Law

Quick Reference Card: Personal Property Law

Hepburn, S, 2014

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Book 9780409340242 $19.00

Quick Reference Card - Personal Property Law, written by one of Australia’s pre-eminent legal scholars, Samantha Hepburn, clearly summarises Personal Property Law by using the most important principles, legislation and cases.

 

Format: A4, 4-page, laminated card 


Description

This Quick Reference Card makes an ideal study aid both for classroom and exam use and is an excellent quick-reference tool for practitioners working in the area of personal property law. This card covers the meaning of possession; the scope of legal possession; enforceability of personal property; finders keepers principle; qualifications to the finders keepers principle; bailment; the jus tertii defence; the Personal Property Securities Act 2009(Cth); Possession and seisin.

 

Features:

Concise summary of the most important principles of Personal Property Law
Overview of important legislation and cases
Bold headings and colour coded boxes structure the subject

Author

Samantha Hepburn is one of Australia's pre-eminent legal scholars whose research involves the examination of a range of different property and land law issues. Samantha has taught and researched at Monash University, Deakin University and the Australian National University. She completed her doctorate at the University of Melbourne and is a Professor in the law school at Deakin University.

Her books on land and property law, mining and energy law and equity and trusts have been prescribed and referred to throughout Australia, New Zealand, Asia and the Pacific. Her research and publications have focused upon a range of areas including the regulation of natural resource interests, the capacity of property frameworks to respond to changing environmental conditions, the history and development of water law, the nature and scope of native title rights and interests and the scope and nature of equitable property interests.

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