The Australian Journal of Property Law provides a comprehensive and analytical coverage of the law and practice relating to real and personal property and conveyancing, treated under the following broad headings: real property and conveyancing, leases, mortgages, personal property, special types of title relating to land (including strata and cluster titles, or types of titles) and trusts and equity generally (including wills and succession) in relation to these matters.
This peer-reviewed journal features in-depth articles, comment, case notes and book reviews. The APLJ covers all Australian jurisdictions and also examines key international developments. It features a high standard of contribution from academic and practitioner arenas.
|Croft, C E; Hanak, A
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|3 issues per volume; charged per volume. Binder Optional
|Online; Updated as developments require.
The Australian Journal of Property Law regularly features:
- Book Reviews
- Case Notes
General Editor: The Hon Justice Clyde Croft of the Victorian Supreme Court
Associate Editor: Dr Andrew Hanak (Victorian barrister)
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