Real Property 3rd edition covers the essential elements of property law for NSW. Perfect to introduce students to property law, this text is well-structured and written in a style that will appeal to undergraduates. It sets out the salient principles of property law together with quotations from cases and materials to enable the student to better appreciate the judicial reason behind the principles enunciated.
Key FeaturesExcellent length and weight of material for a one-semester course.
Clear, detailed explanation of key cases (particularly High Court cases and the judges' reasoning) makes the material more accessible to students.
Author's experience from both a professional and academic background ensures a well-rounded text.
New to this EditionNew chapters on common law and statutory Native TitleNew chapters on Mabo and WikNew chapter on the doctrine of tenures and estatesUpdated throughout
OUP Australia and New Zealand
Country of Publication:
31 January 2012
1. The Meaning Of Land2. Fixtures And Waste3. Torrens Title: Indefeasibility Of Title And Exceptions4. Torrens Title: Priorities Between Unregistered Interests 5. Old System Title6. Co-Ownership7. Mortgages8. Leases9. Easements10. Positive Covenants11. Restrictive Covenants12. The Doctrine Of Tenure And Estates13. Native Title: The Mabo (No. 2) Case14. Native Title: The Wik Peoples Case15. Native Title At Common Law 16. Native Title Act 1993
Geoffrey Moore is a senior lecturer in the Faculty of Law, University of Technology, Sydney. A Barrister of the Supreme Courts of NSW and ACT, and of the High Court of Australia, Geoff is a recognised expert in the area of property law.