Property Law 1 Study Notes

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  • UniversityGriffith University
  • AreaLaw
  • CourseProperty Law 1: Comparative Concepts
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  • Authorlbaigent
  • Created2012
  • Pages9
  • Approved11 January 2015

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These are notes prepared in Semester 1, 2012 for 3011LAW Property Law 1 at Griffith University. The course is not a substantive law course, but one based around theoretic perspectives of property as an abstract concept. Specifically, the notes provide an overview of the way in which property law has developed over the years and the way in which it has impacted specific classes, genders and races throughout history, drawing on the perspectives of Hobbes, Locke, Hegel, Marx and others.

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