LAW 301 - Land Law

Credit points: 20 points
Offered: Full-year
Contact hours: Lectures - 2 hours per week, 8 tutorials - 1 hour per fortnight
Course Director: Katherine Sanders
Prerequisites: LAW 201, 211, 231, 241

Course description

A study of the history and principles of land law including: estates and interests in land, the effect of registration and indefeasibility of title, leasehold estates, easements and profits, mortgages, and concurrent interests in land, and covenants affecting freehold land.

Assessment

  • Modules: activities and quizzes (15%)
  • Essay (15%)
  • 2 hour open-book exam (70%)