LAW 108B


Units: 2.0

Examines the concept of "property", legally categorized as real, personal and aboriginal in the context of common law and equity inherited from England and (for aboriginal property) section 35 of the Constitution Act, 1982. Considers selected features of provincial legislation pertaining to non-aboriginal property. Tangible and intangible interests may be included with respect to both realty (land) and personalty, including doctrine of estates (present and future), bailment, finders and gifts.


  • Full year course: 60 hours.

Undergraduate course in Law offered by the Faculty of Law.

Summer Fall Spring

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