The latest Part of the Property Law Review includes the following content: “Asset Protection and NSW Stamp Duty: A Symbiosis” – Rebecca Barbou; “Overriding Statutes and Torrens – Developing a Response to Torrens’s ‘Greatest Legal Enemy'” – Lynden Griggs; “Improving Housing Security through Tenancy Law Reform: Alternatives to Long Fixed Term Agreements” – Chris Martin; “Public Nuisance Claims in Climate Change Litigation: How Useful Are They?” – Jana Norman; “Sharing Property: Multi-owned Property Workshop – Sarah Blandy, Clare Mouat and Cathy Sherry; Queensland: “The Human Body and Private Property: Sperm Harvesting” – Sharon Christensen; New Zealand: “The Land Transfer Act 2017 – Part 1” – Thomas Gibbons; and United States: “Joint Bank Account Held by Husband and Wife – Presumption of Tenancy by the Entirety – Severance on Withdrawal by One” – John Orth. This issue also includes the following section: Editorial; and Book Reviews.
The latest part of the Property Law Review (Volume 3 Part 3) is a Special Issue that explores many different ways of thinking about law and property, and is available for purchase as a standalone part in print or PDF. In this 144pp bumper issue, Guest Editors Professor Sarah Blandy (School of Law, University of Sheffield) and Professor ...more
The latest Part of Prop L Rev is a special issue on research methods in property law and includes the following articles: “A theoretical approach: The lens of progressive property” – Laura S Underkuffler; “A doctrinal approach to property law scholarship: Who cares and why?” – Martin Dixon; “Socio-legal approaches to property law research” – Sarah Blandy; “The empirical approach to research in property law” – Lisa Whitehouse and Susan Bright; “Critical legal studies and the politics of property” – Brenna Bhandar; “Serendipity and care: Cultural and social history in property law” – Kali Murray; “The comparative method in property law” – Bram Akkermans; “The law and economics approach to property” – Daniel H Cole; “Applied property research: A transactional approach” – Robin Paul Malloy; “Property, law and space” – Nicholas Blomley; “Law and anthropology: The unhappy marriage?” – Simon Young; and “Feminist approaches to property law research” – Helen Carr and Simone Wong.