Property Law & Practice in Queensland Online

Property Law & Practice in Queensland Online

By William Duncan, R J Vann, Anne Wallace, Chris Boge


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Date: 05/09/2001

Code: 41167192

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William Duncan, Professor of Property Law and Assistant Dean, Research, Faculty of Law, at the Queensland University of Technology and Anne Wallace, Retired Senior Lecturer in Law at the Queensland University of Technology author the extensive annotations to the Property Law Act 1974 . They discuss all relevant aspects of property law as well as the laws of contract, equity, statutory interpretation, corporations and insolvency where a knowledge of those areas is necessary for a full understanding of the subject area.
The New Content Locater summarises the latest changes giving the busy practitioner a quick overview. Precedents, approved forms plus a table of Comparative Acts all assist those practising in the property law area.
The service includes the Land Act 1994 and Land Regulation 1995  which is annotated by Chris Boge , Special Counsel with Clayton Utz, Brisbane, who specialises in property law, land tenure and project related matters. His special interests are the law relating to non-freehold land, submerged land, land management legal issues and equity.  

Table of Contents

Property Law Act 1974
General Rules Affecting Property
Freehold Estates
Future Interests
Concurrent Interests: Co-Ownership
Deeds, Covenants, Instruments and Contracts
Sales of Land
Leases and Tenancies
Incorporeal Hereditaments and Appurtenant Rights
Encroachment , Mistake, Rights of Way
Equitable Interests, Powers of Appointment
Perpetuities, Accumulations, Corporations
Voidable Dispositions, Accumulations, Unregistered Land
De Facto Relationships
Property Law Regulation 2003
Forms and Precedents
Land Act 1994
Land Regulation 1995

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