BLB2125 - Real Property Law
BLB1101 - Australian Legal System in Context
BLB1114 - Legal Research Methods
|1.||Critically review collaboratively the historical reasons for a distinctive equitable jurisdiction;|
|2.||Implement equitable principles in the resolution of a range of problems with initiative and professional judgment;|
|3.||Theorise the principles that are relevant to both common law and equitable remedies and contextualise to authentic contemporary issues;|
|4.||Canvass equitable doctrines and their underlying themes with peer groups and professional communities of practice; and|
|5.||Postulate the proper role of the general principles of law and equity in its social context.|
|Assignment||Research Assignment - Essay 2500 words||40%|
Principles of Australian Equity & Trusts
Radan, C., Stewart, C (2013)
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