Property Law: Cases and Commentary, 3rd Edition
Available in the Osgoode Hall Law School Library
Property Law: Cases and Commentary, 3rd Edition, explores traditional and contemporary issues surrounding the law of property in Canada. It addresses concepts such as possession, property interests in land and chattels, gifts, and family property. Authoritative commentary paired with carefully edited case law and article resources provides a strong conceptual framework for understanding Canadian property law. A specific chapter on Aboriginal title has been added, highlighting the historical and future importance of this integral aspect of Canadian property law. This edition of the casebook includes a new section introducing the law of mortgages, and offers additional coverage of how the law of succession interacts with the doctrine of estates. The accuracy and comprehensiveness that characterized previous editions has been retained and further refined in Property Law: Cases and Commentary, 3rd Edition.
Emond Montgomery Publications
Real property--Cases; Canada
Mossman, Mary Jane and Girard, Philip, "Property Law: Cases and Commentary, 3rd Edition" (2014). Books. 37.