LAWF 3050 Property (3,0,0)(3,0,0)

Credits: 6 credits
Delivery: Campus

***Please note: LAWF 3050 is a full year course. Students choosing this course in Fall must also register for the same section for it in Winter and vice-versa.*** This course is an examination of the fundamental concepts of property law and the types of property interest recognized by Anglo-Canadian law. Topics include the historical evolution of property concepts; the basic concepts of possession, ownership and title; estates and other interests in land such as joint and concurrent ownership, easements, covenants, licenses, mortgages, future interests and perpetuities; the landlord and tenant relationship; the land titles system of registration of title to land; the social constraints upon property use and disposition; and property rights of aboriginal peoples.
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