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Real Property Law in Queensland gives a clear and concise account of the fundamental principles of real property law as applied in Queensland today. This highly regarded work an essential reference for issues relevant to real property law in Queensland.
This text is a concise representation of complex concepts and principles in property law. It assumes no previous knowledge of the subject and is aimed at LLB, Real Estate and Property Management students, as well as MBA and Commerce courses. It comprises a combination of principles, tutorial-type questions and analysis in the area of property law and includes both real and personal property. As well as covering all the traditional real property topics, the book includes chapters on title to goods and intangibles.
Principles of Planning Law discusses the principles that underlie plannign law in Australia. Rather than focusing entirely on the statutory regime of planning in each State/Territory, it considers the decisions of courts and statutes and relates the principles to the particular Australian planning systems by way of example. The book goes behind the decision and critically examines the issues in the system; where planning schemes may have gone wrong or are confused in different areas; and why planning and planning law has emerged in different forms in each State and Territory.
This book provides a comprehensive overview of the subject together with clear, practical advice and tips on issues likely to arise in practice. It is also an excellent resource for those new to the law, where the expert overview and clear layout promote clarity and ease of understanding. Planning law is so complex that practitioners and students alike have found it difficult to disentangle the issues and principles involved. Victor Moore's popular and accessible book aims to remove the mystery which planning law has for so many people.
This book explains and compares the legislation, policy- and plan-making, development assessment and dispute resolution processes of Australia's eight state and territorial planning jurisdictions as well as the changing role of the Commonwealth in environmental and urban policy.
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