Property Law (11281.1)
|Level:||Level 2 - Undergraduate Intermediate Unit|
|Faculty:||Faculty of Business, Government & Law|
|Discipline:||Canberra Law School|
UC - Canberra, Bruce
Year Teaching Period Convener Mode of Delivery 2020 Semester 2 PROF Murray RAFF (Ph: +61 2 62015969 ) ON-CAMPUS
To view your Unit Outline, click View to log in to MyUC and access this information, or visit your unit's online teaching site.
- Semester 2, 2019, ON-CAMPUS, BRUCE (184094) - View
If a link to your Unit Outline is not displayed, please check back later. Unit Outlines are generally published by Week One of the relevant teaching period.
Interests in property, especially in land, that are recognised by the law, transactions with them, and disputes about them, are the subject area of this unit. The use of land based resources has special social, cultural and economic meaning and this is reflected in the law that regulates access to land through the various proprietary interests that may be held in it. Disputes about access to land, whether physical, economic or other access, consequently manifest themselves as legal disputes about these proprietary interests and transactions with them.
This unit is a compulsory unit in the law degree program. Property Law is a foundation stone of many areas of legal practice. The workshop/tutorial program builds toward the practical problem solving challenges posed in the final exam, which are themselves realistic problems encountered in legal practice.
This unit may be co-taught with a G version of the unit.
After successful completion of this unit, students will be able to:
1. Identify the characteristics of proprietary interests recognised by common law and equity;
2. Demonstrate understanding of and ability to apply the principles and rules behind the recognition of interests in land, transactions with them, priority between them, and to predict their operation;
3. Demonstrate understanding of legal practice with respect to transactions concerning personal and real property, and its historical and theoretical explanations;
4. Demonstrate an ability to analyse policy underlying rules relating to personal and real property; and
5. Critically examine: a) current socio-legal issues about land based resources, theoretical perspectives and likely directions of law reform; b) some of the international comparative perspectives on real property law and the contributions they could make to law reform; and c) law reform proposals relating to personal and real property.
UC - Canberra, Bruce
Semester 2, 2019
- On-Campus Attendance (Expected) and Online Content (ON-CAMPUS)
- Semester 2, 2019
- ARSC03 Bachelor of Arts/ Bachelor of Laws
- MGSC03 Bachelor of Business/ Bachelor of Laws
- MGSC01 Bachelor of Commerce/ Bachelor of Laws
- ARSC02 Bachelor of Communication and Media/ Bachelor of Laws
- NPSC02 Bachelor of Forensic Studies/ Bachelor of Laws
- SCB101 Bachelor of Laws
- SCAR03 Bachelor of Laws/Bachelor of Design
- SCSC02 Bachelor of Politics and International Relations/ Bachelor of Laws
- SCSC01 Bachelor of Science in Psychology/ Bachelor of Laws
- NPSC01 Bachelor of Science/ Bachelor of Laws