Not available in 2013
Previously offered in 2004
LAW courses are only available to students enrolled in Bachelor of Laws (LAWS) degree programs.
Deals with law and practices governing the creation, transfer and encumbrance of interests in land, and related property and the law applying to different systems of land tenure, leases, mortgages, easements and covenants. Classes are usually held at University House.
|Objectives||(i) To equip students with knowledge and foster understanding of the current theoretical and practical issues relating to the law covering land transactions with emphasis on New South Wales.
(ii) To give students practice in reading and applying legislation in the context of the study of land transactions.
(iii) To critically examine issues of policy, practice and procedure which may influence the outcome of cases and formulation of legislation in this area of law.
(iv) To further develop the capacity of students to analyse and apply principles of law in the context of the study of land transactions
(v) To provide students with an opportunity to apply their legal research skills in this area of law.
|Content||The course deals with the following topics:
1. Pre-requisites for a land transaction
2. Sale of Land by contract - with particular reference to the Law Society of NSW Contract for Sale of Land
5. Covenants, Easements and Rights of Way.
6. Community Titles & Strata Titles
7. Old System Conveyancing
|Replacing Course(s)||This course is an elective course in the LLB. Students enrolled in Option B Bachelor of Laws/Diploma of Legal Practice will complete the Conveyencing practice requirements of the Legal Practitioners' Admission board (LPAB) in Legal Practice 2 (LAWS4055A).|
|Assumed Knowledge||LAWS1001A, LAWS1001B, LAWS1002A, LAWS1002B, LAWS2003A, LAWS2003B, LAWS3004A, LAWS3004B, LAWS3005|
|Modes of Delivery||Internal Mode|
|Contact Hours||Lecture: for 3 hour(s) per Week for Full Term|