Quick Reference Card: Personal Property Law
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.
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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.
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