PERSONAL PROPERTY LAW
2006/2007, Semester 1
Modular Credits: LL4047 ( -- ) / LL5047 ( -- ) / LLD5047 ( -- ) / LL6047 ( -- )
Personal property law cuts across many legal fields, including the law of sales, agency, company, insolvency and bankruptcy, insurance, banking and even the law of torts and crimes. This course aims to prepare intended lawyers for commercial practice by providing them with sufficient exposure to the general principles of personal property law and in particular, to furnish those keen to study Credit and Security or Bank Documentation with the basic principles necessary for understanding chattel mortgages and such other security devices as may be covered in detail in those subjects.
Prerequisites: (a) NUS Compulsory Core Law Curriculum or equivalent. (b) Property Law I or an equivalent course in Land Law and Property Law II or an equivalent course in Trusts. Preclusions: Nil
3 lecture hours per week.
0 tutorial hours per week.
0 lab hours per week.
0 hours for projects, assignments, fieldwork etc per week.
7 hours for preparatory work by a student per week.