2017 220 Comparative Property Law
[Lecture Course Basic Information]
|Course Periods:||Thu 2|
|Whether mandatory or not:||Elective|
|Outline of Lecture Course||In the course we review selected topics in the law of property.|
|Course Objectives||To know the available options for the design and reform of property systems, and to understand the risks and costs of imposing change.|
|Textbooks||There is no textbook. There are only handouts.|
|Course Materials/Supplementaries||Reading materials will be posted to a group account at https://zotero.org|
|Assessment||Participation: 20%; Mid-term paper: 40%; Final exam: 40%|
|Prerequisites||Students should have an interest in property law.
|Lecture||Theme||Lecture Course Description||Learning outside the class||Related page|
|2||Dominion vs Ownership|
|4||Transfers of title|
|5||Legal mortgages and charges|
(Due date for mid-term paper)
|9||Property reform initiatives|
|10||Buildings: bilateral monopoly|
|12||Leases: regulation and lease covenants|
|14||Extensions to the property concept|
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