The latest Part of the Australian Law Journal contains the following articles: “Recognition in Keeping with the Constitution” – The Hon Murray Gleeson AC; “Court-referred Alternative Dispute Resolution and Judicial Education in Australia: Perspectives from the Bench” – Nicky McWilliam, Jennifer Tridgell and Hannah Bell; and “Beware the Double-edged Sword: When Private Regulation (By-laws) Seeks to Limit Freehold Land Rights (Short-term Holiday Letting in Multi-owned Properties)” – Melissa Pocock. This Part also includes the following sections: Current Issues; Letter to the Editor; Conveyancing and Property; Constitutional Law; Around the Nation: Western Australia; Personalia; and Book Review.
The latest Part of the Australian Law Journal contains the following articles: “Proportionate Liability in Commercial Cases: Principles and Practice” – Graeme S Clarke QC; “Barbaro in Queensland: Exceptionalism Again?” – H G Fryberg QC; and “Can Schools be Liable to their Staff and Students for Sun-Related Injury?” – David Hertzberg. This Part also includes the following sections: Current Issues; Conveyancing and Property; Environmental Law, Family Law, Technology and the Law; and Recent Cases.
The latest Part of the Property Law Review includes the following articles: “To the Register and beyond? Restrictive covenants after Westfield Management Ltd v Perpetual Trustee Company Ltd” – Corey Byrne; “Joint tenancy, fraud, agency and volunteers under the Torrens system: Cassegrain v Gerard Cassegrain & Co Pty Ltd” – Rosalind Acland; and “New real rights to land in South Africa: A twofold test” – PJ Badenhorst; and the following sections: New Zealand: “Developments in residential tenancies” – Thomas Gibbons; Singapore: “Recent developments: Sale of land, trusts and proprietary estoppel, conversion” – Kelvin Low; New South Wales: “Forgery, mortgages and indefeasibility: Perpetual Trustees Victoria Ltd v Cox  NSWCA 328” – Jennifer Stuckey-Clarke; Victoria: “Indefeasibility and the forged “all-moneys” mortgage” – Brett Harding; and Queensland: “Property law reforms in Queensland: Is the regulatory burden on land transactions reduced?” – Sharon Christensen.
The latest Part of the Property Law Review includes the following articles: “A cadastral system approach to environmental protection: A focus on Australia” – Melkamu B Moges; and “Old meets new: The rule in Shropshire’s case and the Torrens system” – Glen Anderson. Also included in this Part are the following sections: Strata and Community Title: “Equitable jurisdiction of body corporate adjudicators” – Michael Kleinschmid; Consumer Issues: ” My home is my castle: Does this principle yield when I block your view or shade the sun’s rays from you?” – Lynden Griggs; Singapore: “Recent developments around leases: Non-derogation and quiet enjoyment; Evidence Act and tenancy by estoppel; remedy of distress” – Kelvin Low; South Africa: “The South African land registration system: A case involving fraud” – PJ Badenhorst; Queensland: “Modifying easements: Living in the past” – Stephen Lumb; South Australia: “Vendors’ statements, the right to cool off and remedies: Le Cornu and Kurda v Place on Brougham Pty Ltd” – Paul Babie; and Western Australia: “Recent developments: Selling off the plan (a warning for developers); Retirement Villages Act amendments; adverse possession” – Eileen Webb and Pnina Levine.
The latest Part of the Property Law Review includes four great articles on different aspects of property law. The first article comes from Michael Weir and Tina Hunter and discusses the structural conflict between the interests of landholders and titleholders in coal seam gas extraction. The second article is by Elizabeth Toomey and investigates the effect of the Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Act 2011 (NZ) on the established Torrens principles of land ownership. Next is the article by Richard Wu and Mohd Yazid Bin Zul Kepli which considers the global implementation of title registration systems, focusing on common law countries such as Australia, England and the United States. Finally the article by Madeline Gleeson the importance of property law, human rights and development in Cambodia.