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This book states, discusses and methodically analyses not only the common law but also the common law of Singapore. It strives to engage with theories and doctrines of property as well. For students, the theoretical and doctrinal discussions should help expose the intellectual framework of personal property law and the deeper and broader currents that shape the diverse and incongruous conceptions of personal property. These discussions are helpful in gaining an understanding when being initiated into a subject.
Author(s)/Editor(s)/Contributor(s): Tan Yock Lin
Date of Publication: May 2014
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