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  • Author(s)Gray / J; Edgeworth / B; Foster / N; Dorsett / S
  • Edition3
  • Published2012-06-07
  • PublisherLexis Nexis Australia
  • ISBN
  • University course codes
    • Australian National University (ANU):LAWS6204 - Property
    • Macquarie University:LAWS216 - Property Law
    • University of Newcastle:LAWS4011 - Property Law
    • University of Notre Dame:LAWS2410 - Property Law A
    • University of Notre Dame:LAWS2420 - Property Law B
    • University of Technology Sydney (UTS):70317 - Real Property
    • University of Wollongong:LLB220 - Property and Trusts A
Property Law in New South Wales closely examines local statutory regimes, such as strata schemes, the Torrens system, statutory tenancies and native title. It also looks at broader themes, ranging from the concept of property to relationship debt.

The reform sections in each chapter of Property Law in New South Wales challenge conventional understandings of how the law should operate. In the third edition all chapters have been extensively revised to take account of recent developments.


• Concise and well-written text designed to match course syllabus; suitable for one semester courses
• Diagrams and charts used to explain complex ideas
• Broad approach to the study of property law in NSW
• Critical approach and suggestions for reform encourages a thoughtful analysis of law
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