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Real Property Law in Queensland 4th Edition has been revised and updated to deal with developments in real property case law and legislation since the last edition. The most significant changes covered in this edition include amendments made to the Land Title Act 1994, particularly those arising from the enactment of the Electronic Conveyancing National Law (Queensland) Act 2013, which heralds the introduction of the national electronic conveyancing system in Queensland. Commentary has been updated on the fraud exception to indefeasibility and the substantial amendments made to the Body Corporate and Community Management Act 1997. This edition also includes analysis of the latest native title law cases; discussion of the recovery of damages by a landlord in relation to leases; the impact of the High Court decision in Westfield Management Ltd v Perpetual Trustee Company Ltd on the interpretation of easements and other interests; and a review of the new concept of high-density development easements introduced through amendments to the Land Title Act 1994. Researchers, students and practitioners alike will find this edition of Real Property Law in Queensland an essential reference work for issues relevant to real property law in Queensland.
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