Australian property law relates not just to tangible property, such as land, but intangibles such as intellectual property. This subject addresses significant topics, such as how to characterise types of property that can be dealt with where the rights and obligations of taxpayers are concerned.
This subject develops a sound understanding of commercial law in relation to property - including intellectual property - finance, insurance, competition and consumer law.
It will help you advise clients on the type of property that can be dealt with in commercial transactions, including tangible property, personal property and intellectual property. Including aspects of state-based laws.
It also looks at issues such as the impact of competition and consumer law, the law regulating financing transactions, and laws relating to electronic commerce.
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