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Written by Jess
These answer guides helped me to get a HIGH DISTINCTION in this unit. I found them VERY USEFUL!!...
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Written by Jess
I was able to obtain a HIGH DISTINCTION in this unit using these notes. A clear, comprehensive se...
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Written by Valentino
Completed Property Law in T1 of 2018 and received an overall HD result.
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Written by Bianca
These notes are all I needed to achieve a HD 92 for the MLL327 Property Law examination. These no...
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Written by Phillip
Concise and neatly presented notes with up-to-date content for MLL327 or any property law unit. N...
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Written by Jasmin
I only used these comprehensive notes to achieve a HD (overall mark of 85) in the Property Law exam...
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Written by Dylan
Very succinct, easy to follow answer guides for the following topics: - Adverse possession - Easem...
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Written by Elly
These notes have been created from lecture slides, unit guides, research and reading of Australian P...
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Written by Milly
I used these notes to achieve a HD in the Property Law exam in T1 2017. They comprise notes from...
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Written by Sarah
DISTINCTION EXAM NOTES With table of contents for easy use during exam. Comprehensive yet con...
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Well taught by Vicki. Heavy detail, but with good notes can get a decent result. Use previous exams for prep.
Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017
The Burwood Lecturer was the best! This unit could not have been taught nay better.
Anonymous, Semester 1, 2015
Its easy to fall behind in Property, especially when your first task is an online quiz but do your best to stick to the weekly readings as a lot of the concept require additional knowledge. The lecturer I had (Vicki) was amazing, really makes the lectures worthwhile going to if you're at Burwood.