Property Cases and Materials

3rd edition

Author(s):Matthew P. Harrington, Louis Brousseau



Number of pages:480



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This casebook provides a basic introduction to the common law of property for students in Canadian law schools. In addition, to the “classic” cases from English and Canadian jurisprudence, this book utilises materials from around the common law world in an attempt to show the interconnectedness of the common law tradition. Topics include theories of property ownership, the acquisition of property, the doctrines of tenure and estates, leases, as well as a consideration of problems of marital property and co-ownership. In addition, the text presents a basic introduction to the real estate sales transaction.

Louis Brousseau

Louis Brousseau

Louis Brousseau is a commercial litigator with Jeansonne Avocats. He is also a lecturer at the Faculty of Law of the Université de Montréal where he teaches Property, Torts, Civil Procedure, and Trusts.

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Matthew P. Harrington

Matthew P. Harrington

Matthew P. Harrington is Professor of Law in the Faculty of Law at the Université de Montréal. He teaches property, trusts, and equity.

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