Mediation in Australia (eBook)
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A comprehensive treatment of the theory, principles and practice of mediation
An essential resource for students, practitioners and others who are practising in property and conveyancing.
Annotated Conveyancing and Real Property Legislation New South Wales is an indispensable resource tool that provides comprehensive analysis and explanation of the provisions and relevant case law for students, practitioners and others who are practising in property and conveyancing. Its section-based structure, revised index and updated table of cases provide the reader with simple and quick access to the law.
This work is extracted from the two-volume loose-leaf service Conveyancing Service New South Wales and provides extensive coverage of legislation and authoritative annotations that have been updated to include commentary on the strata law reform as well as recent relevant case law in the area of New South Wales conveyancing and real property law.
This well-regarded work provides both students and those practising in property and conveyancing with a highly useful and easy-to-use resource. The authors provide an overview of the legislation and a clear analysis of the Act’s more complex provisions and important case law as well as historical notes.
- All recent legislation changes
- High-quality, updated annotations from expert authors
- Easy access to current legislation with quick reference directory
- Enhanced ease of use and navigability through shaded tabs
Bradbrook & MacCallum, Easements and Restrictive Convenants in Australia, 3rd ed, 2011
Conveyancing Service New South Wales looseleaf and online
Edgeworth et al., Sackville & Neave Australian Property Law, 10th ed, 2016
Table of contents
Ch 1 Identifying Mediation
Ch 2 Values and Objectives of Mediation
Ch 3 Mediation Procedures
Ch 4 Roles and Functions in Mediation
Ch 5 Comparative Perspectives on Mediation
Ch 6 Expanding the Mediation Knowledge Base
Ch 7 Mediation, Justice and the Legal System
Ch 8 Mediation Quality and Ethics: Training, Standards and Accreditation
Ch 9 Mediation in Courts and Tribunals
Ch 10 Confidentiality, Privacy and Privilege in Mediation
Ch 11 Mediator Liability and Immunity
Ch 12 Authors Unplugged