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Property 312 (12 points)
Leader: Dr Sarah Middleton
Synopsis: The meaning and purposes of the concept of property, possession and title, nature and type of proprietary interests, creation and enforceability of proprietary interests, legal and equitable remedies, statutory schemes of registration, acquisition and disposal of statutory interests, concurrent ownership, proprietary interests in land owned by another, and mortgages. The relationship between the rules of property law and other rules used to resolve conflicts between legal persons (for example some aspects of the rules of contract law and of torts). It also invites critical evaluation of existing principles and proposals for reform.
Assessment: Class test (2 hrs plus 10 mins reading time): 30% + Final Examination (3 hours plus 30 mins reading/noting time): 70% OR Class test (2 hrs plus 10 mins reading time): 30% + Optional placement component: 20% + Final Exam (2 hours plus 30 mins reading/noting time): 50% OR Class test (2 hrs plus 10 mins reading time): 30% + Optional research assignment of 2500 words + Final Exam (2 hours plus 30 mins reading/noting time): 50%
Contact Hours: 3 hours of lectures per week plus 1-hour tutorial fortnightly.
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