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NotesView all MLL327 notes
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Includes: - Doctrine of Fixtures - Possessory Title - Adverse Possession - Doctrine of Tenure -...
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This unit was brilliantly taught this semester. Id recommend you keep on top of your readings as they can pile up quickly. The assessment is marked fairly and the exam wasnt too hard. Make sure you use the past exams as a guide to answering the questions as there is a high chance some of those questions will appear on the final.
Anonymous, Trimester 1, 2019
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.