These notes were written by a student who achieved a mark of '90' in the course and won the course prize (Dean's List) award. They are comprehensive, written in bullet point form, and clearly indexed by topic. They include summaries of the relevant cases in catchword form (clearly articulating the principle that each case stands for). At the time the author produced the notes, the relevant textbooks were: 1. A Robertson, J Patterson, Contract: Cases & Materials (14th edition) 2. A Robertson, J Patterson, Principles of Contract Law (6th edition) 3. Sackville & Neave, Australian Property Law (11th edition) The topics covered are: 1. Property Rights and Permission 2. Human Rights and Privacy 3. Property Boundaries and the Doctrine of Fixtures 4. The Possessory Torts 5. Possession of Land as Ownership and Adverse Possession 6. Conveyancing 7. The Doctrines of Estoppel and Agency 8. Introductory Principles of Contract Law: Offer, Acceptance, Consideration, Intention, Privity and Certainty


Term 1, 2020

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