The latest Part of the Property Law Review includes the following content: “Completing the painting: Legislative innovation and the ‘Australianness’ of Australian real property law” – Paul Babie; “Blockchains, trust and land administration: The return of historical provenance” – Lynden Griggs, Rod Thomas, Rouhshi Low and James Scheibner; “Verification of identity: As simple as it seems?” – Brett Harding; “Compulsory acquisition without compensation and the Nigerian Land Use Act” – Akintunde Otubu; New Zealand: “Unit titles and bodies corporate: Simple questions and difficult answers” – Thomas Gibbons; Queensland: “Enforcing obligations in development conditions against successors in title: Heaven’s door remains closed” – Sharon Christensen; South Australia: “A never-ending story: Torrens title in South Australia and the 2015-2016 Amendments to the Real Property Act 1886 (SA)” – Paul Babie; and Book Review.
The latest Part of the Australian Law Journal includes the following articles: “Do the Law Lords bind lower courts?” – Oliver Jones; “Building management statements and strata management statements: Unholy mixing of contract and property” – Cathy Sherry; “Civil penalties and procedural protections” – Matthew Lees; and “Contract, confidence, and the fiduciary relationship” – Lee Aitken. Also in this Part are the following sections: Current Issues, Conveyancing and Property, and Recent Cases.
The first Part of Volume 2 of the Property Law Review includes three interesting articles on a variety of subjects. In the first article, Sharon Christensen and WD Duncan consider the rule of the risk of loss under a contract for the sale of real property. The second article comes from Cathy Sherry and looks at the presence of children in strata schemes in Sydney and the legal ramifications of children’s falls and injury suffered on common property. The final article is by Rebecca Leshinsky, Kathy Douglas, Peter Condliffe and Robin Goodman and reports on research into the experiences of owners corporation managers and committees regarding conflict in Victoria. There is also a comment on green commercial leases by Susan Bright.
Property Law Review, Thomson Reuters’ newest journal, was launched last Tuesday night (15 March) at the UNSW Law School city campus. General Editors Professor Brendan Edgeworth, Dr Lyria Bennett Moses and Cathy Sherry welcomed members of the judiciary, members of the profession and academics to mark the occasion. Professor Edgeworth began the evening by expressing, on behalf ...more
The following extracts are from the Editorial in the inaugural part of Property Law Review, the newest journal in the Thomson Reuters stable, launching this month and available in hard copy and online. General Editors: Brendan Edgeworth, Lyria Bennett Moses and Cathy Sherry “There is nothing which so generally strikes the imagination, and engages the affections ...more