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LLM Property Law in a Constitutional Order: Comparative Perspectives

RDL5625F

LLM Property Law in a Constitutional Order: Comparative Perspectives

Course convenor(s): Prof Hanri Mostert and Associate Prof Anne Pope

Entrance requirements: See rules for LLM and MPhil Degrees and Postgraduate Diplomas

Course outline: In evaluating the foundations and context of property law critically, this course takes a legal comparative approach in focusing on the place of property law within a constitutional order, by considering

(a) Different legal traditions of property law

(b) Various constitutional property regimes

(c) The effects of economic, social and political transformation on property law.

A draft reading list for the course can be downloaded here.

DP requirements: Satisfactory attendance at all lectures, participation on class seminars and submission of course assignment.

Assessment:

Projects (research paper) 30%

Seminars (oral presentation) 20%

Examination 50%