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Succession: Families, Property and Death, 4th Edition

Course Codes : LAWS3393, LAWS4236, LAW00062, 76517, LAW301

Succession: Families, Property and Death, 4th Edition

ISBN 9780409333435
Edition 4
Publication Date
Publisher LEXISNEXIS
Author(s)
Overview
The first edition of Succession - Families, Property and Death by Rosalind Croucher and Prue Vines set a new standard in the approach to the study of succession law in its strong theoretical and comparative focus in which legal principles are set firmly in their historical and social context. This fourth edition continues this approach. Succession - Families, Property and Death places Australian succession law in its national and international setting and considers social objectives of succession law as a basis for understanding and applying the rules. This edition also considers the impact of the Uniform Succession Laws project on the law in Australia. Case statutory extracts are used to show the forms of argument used in judicial analysis and notes and questions provide a deeper understanding of the material. Features • Updated and revised in the light of recent legislative amendments including the Uniform Succession Laws Project • More material on Indigenous issues in succession law Related Titles Dal Pont and Mackie, Law of Succession, 2012 De Groot and Nickel, Family Provision in Australia, 4th ed, 2012 Mackie, Principles of Australian Succession Law, 2nd ed, 2013
Course Codes : LAWS3393, LAWS4236, LAW00062, 76517, LAW301
Overview
The first edition of Succession - Families, Property and Death by Rosalind Croucher and Prue Vines set a new standard in the approach to the study of succession law in its strong theoretical and comparative focus in which legal principles are set firmly in their historical and social context. This fourth edition continues this approach. Succession - Families, Property and Death places Australian succession law in its national and international setting and considers social objectives of succession law as a basis for understanding and applying the rules. This edition also considers the impact of the Uniform Succession Laws project on the law in Australia. Case statutory extracts are used to show the forms of argument used in judicial analysis and notes and questions provide a deeper understanding of the material. Features • Updated and revised in the light of recent legislative amendments including the Uniform Succession Laws Project • More material on Indigenous issues in succession law Related Titles Dal Pont and Mackie, Law of Succession, 2012 De Groot and Nickel, Family Provision in Australia, 4th ed, 2012 Mackie, Principles of Australian Succession Law, 2nd ed, 2013

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