Property Law for Business
Map the areas where property, business and the law intersect. Get the background on the Torrens title system of land registration. You’ll be exposed to real property legislation, exploring issues as diverse as mortgages and native title.
Your upfront cost: $0
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At the completion of this subject students will be able to:
- explain and discuss legal concepts and principles relating to real property
- analyse and interpret relevant legislation and case law relating to real property law
- apply relevant legal concepts and principles to analyse and solve hypothetical property law problems and case studies
- construct a coherent and logical legal argument
- communicate effectively in written activities using clear, concise and appropriate language.
- Introduction to unit and nature of property
- Doctrine of fixtures
- Tenure and the operation of Torrens title system
- Torrens title system - mortgages and priorities
- Leases - general overview
- Leases - Retail and commercial leasing (Part1)
- Leases - Retail and commercial leasing (Part 2)
- Easements and restrictive covenants
- Strata titles
- Personal Properties Securities register
- Native title
No eligibility requirements
- Other requirements -
- Additional materials
Introduction to real property law, estates and interests in land, fixtures, native title, Torrens System, mortgages, leases, easements and covenants and co-ownership.
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- Multiple Choice Test (remotely invigilated) (25%)
- Assignment (35%)
- Critical Case Study (40%)
Current study term: 29 Aug 21 to 28 Nov 21
Land Law, 5th ed.
E. Webb and M. Stephenson