Real property law in Queensland

Carmel MacDonald, Les McCrimmon, Anne Wallace, Michael Weir, Sally Sheldon

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Real Property Law in Queensland gives a clear and concise account of the fundamental principles of real property law as applied in Queensland today. This second edition is updated according to new legislation introduced since the First Edition and expands the chapter on the Torrens System to include chapters on its operation, the concept of indefeasibility, unregistered interests, priorities and remedies. There have also been significant developments in the areas of native title, ownership of land, estates, leases and perpetuities, which the book now reflects. Real Property Law in Queensland is ideal for students and practitioners seeking an up-to-date statement of the general principles of real property law.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationPyrmont, Sydney
PublisherLawbook Co.
Edition2nd
ISBN (Print)346943043
Publication statusPublished - 2005

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MacDonald, C., McCrimmon, L., Wallace, A., Weir, M., & Sheldon, S. (2005). Real property law in Queensland. (2nd ed.) Pyrmont, Sydney: Lawbook Co.
MacDonald, Carmel ; McCrimmon, Les ; Wallace, Anne ; Weir, Michael ; Sheldon, Sally. / Real property law in Queensland. 2nd ed. Pyrmont, Sydney : Lawbook Co., 2005.
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