LAWS12066 Land Law has a specific focus on the law of real property in Queensland, covering the following themes: the concept of land; land registration systems with an emphasis on the Torrens system and the impact of e-technology pursuant to the Land Title Act 1994 (Qld); the principles for resolving priority disputes in Torrens title land under the Land Title Act 1994 (Qld); future interests and the rule against perpetuities under the Property Law Act 1974 (Qld) and the general law; concurrent ownership including aspects of community title under the Body Corporate and Community Management Act 1997 (Qld) (as amended); leases; mortgages; easements; restrictive freehold covenants; and aspects of ownership, tenancy and regulation of social housing in Queensland. This unit together with LAWS12065 Foundations of Property Law meets the LPAB requirements for property law.
|Student Contribution Band||3|
|Fraction of Full-Time Student Load||0.125|
|Pre-requisites or Co-requisites||
LAWS11057 Introduction to Law; and
LAWS11059 Statutory Interpretation;
LAWS12065 Foundations of Property Law; and
24 units of credit (4 units) in the LLB course.
|Class Timetable||View Unit Timetable|
|Residential School||No Residential School|
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