Property Law (Online LLB)
Real Rights, Corporeal Property, Incorporeal Property, Heritable Property, Moveable Property, Ownership, Possession, Rights In Security, Trusts, Human Rights.
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|Prerequisites for Module|
None in addition to SCQF 8 entry requirements or equivalent.
Aims of Module
To enable students to obtain a knowledge and understanding of the main principles of property law.
Learning Outcomes for Module
On completion of this module, students are expected to be able to:
||Explain the main principles of Scots property law.|
||Analyse key issues relating to the principles of property law.|
||Apply the principles of property law to practical situations.|
Indicative Module Content
The Nature and Classification of Rights in Property; Ownership; Original Acquisition; Derivative Acquisition of Corporeal Moveable Property; Rights in Security; Possession; Incorporeal Property; Human Rights and Property; Introduction to Trusts - their nature and classification.
Indicative Student Workload
|Private Study||55||Mode of Delivery|
This is a lecture and tutorial based module. Lectures provide core module content. Tutorials develop associated higher level skills through student centred learning. In the distance learning mode, in addition, online activities will form part of the module contact time.
||Learning Outcomes Assessed|
|Component 1 ||1,2,3|
|Component 2 ||1,2,3|
|Component 3 ||1,2,3|
Component 1 - Written coursework worth 30% of the overall module grade.
Component 3 - Compliance on a pass/fail basis with the requirement to participate (refer further - Module Performance Descriptor) to a reasonable level in online forum and tutorial activities.
Component 2 - Examination worth 70% of the overall module grade.
|1.||ANDERSON, C., 2016. Property: a guide to Scots law. Edinburgh: W Green.|
|2.||REID, K.G.C., 1996. The law of property in Scotland. Edinburgh: The Law Society of Scotland/Butterworths.|