UNSW Property and Equity 2 notes. Includes detailed case and materials notes and super summaries ideal to take into an open book exam. Structure of cases and materials notes:
Class 1: The Torrens System and Indefeasibility
Class 2: Indefeasibility of What?
Class 3 - The in personam exception
Class 4 - Other exceptions and overriding statutes
Class 5 - The register, equitable interests and caveats
Class 6 - Competing equitable interests
Class 7 - Co-ownership
Class 8 - Rights of enjoyment inter se of co-owners of land
Class 9 - Severance of Joint Tenancy
Class 10 - Leases
Class 11 - Covenants
Class 12 - Assignment
Class 13&14 - Remedies
Class 15 - Covenants
Class 16&17 - Easements
Class 18&19 - Mortgages
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