Property Law Statutes, 9th edition

Property Law Statutes contains essential statutory material in a consolidated volume for ease of reference in the study or practice of New Zealand property law.

 

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Property Law Statutes, 9th edition, contains consolidated property law legislation in one convenient, portable volume for ease of reference in study or practice. The content is current as at 1 August 2015 and contains the following legislation:

     •     Property Law Act 2007
     •     Contractual Remedies Act 1979
     •     Joint Family Homes Act 1964
     •     Land Transfer Act 1952
     •     Land Transfer Amendment Act 1963
     •     Land Transfer (Computer Registers and Electronic Lodgement) Amendment Act 2002
     •     Residential Tenancies Act 1986
     •     Residential Tenancies Amendment Act 2010
     •     Unit Titles Act 2010
     •     Land Transfer Regulations 2002
     •     Unit Titles Regulations 2011

 

Features

     •     Current as at 1st August 2015
     •     Contains essential legislation pertaining to property law in an portable, convenient, single bound volume
     •     Quick Reference Directory aides efficient identification of required legislation

 

Related Titles

Hinde et al, Principles of Real Property Law, 2nd ed, 2013

Wass, Student Companion: Land Law, 5th ed, 2013

Wilson, Questions and Answers: Property Law, 2nd ed, 2014

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Table of contents

     1.     Property Law Act 2007

     2.     Contractual Remedies Act 1979

     3.     Joint Family Homes Act 1964

     4.     Land Transfer Act 1952

     5.     Land Transfer Amendment Act 1963

     6.     Land Transfer (Computer Registers and Electronic Lodgement) Amendment Act 2002

     7.     Residential Tenancies Act 1986

     8.     Residential Tenancies Amendment Act 2010

     9.     Unit Titles Act 2010

   10.     Land Transfer Regulations 2002

   11.     Unit Titles Regulations 2011