Australian Property Law: Cases and Materials: Commentary and Materials

Australian Property Law: Cases and Materials: Commentary and Materials Author Adrian J. Bradbrook
ISBN-10 9780455213774
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SEO Law : How can the Australian Consumer Law and Intellectual Property Law be used to regulate the Black Hat SEO used by SEO companies in order to ... consumers and small business (Volume 1)

SEO Law : How can the Australian Consumer Law and Intellectual Property Law be used to regulate the Black Hat SEO used by SEO companies in order to ... consumers and small business (Volume 1) Author Adrienne Park
ISBN-10 9780995380110
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In 1991, there was only one website. It was known as the World Wide Web and was invented by Tim Berners-Lee. According to the results of a survey by Netcraft, there are now, in 21st century over one billion websites on the World Wide Web. Since Google was launched in 1998, it has become the world number one search engine site. Although, Google created the need for Search Engine Optimisation ('SEO') and SEO professionals to help increase website ranking among more than one million websites in Google, the term 'Search Engine Optimisation' appeared before Google was established. It is possible that the term was first used by John Audette in a meeting with Danny Sullivan in 1997 or in the same year by Bruce Clay, these people being the first practitioners of the SEO internet skill. Throughout the history of SEO use, many issues have been raised due to the use of Black Hat SEO ('BHSEO') which delivers poor website rankings for small business owners and their clients. This research paper will discuss what White Hat SEO ('WHSEO') and BHSEO are. In particular, it will review and analyse if there are problems with BHSEO strategies under the current Australian Consumer Law ('ACL') and Australian Intellectual Property Law ('IPL'). The paper will also suggest possible reforms in order to further protect business owners and online consumers in the current online market. SEO is an abbreviation for "Search Engine Optimisation", which involves strategies that naturally increases website traffic and place a website in the Search Engine Results Page ('SERP') in response to the search queries of users. This section will discuss what SEO is, types of BHSEO and some significant issues of using BHSEO in the Australian market. There are three types of SEO strategies: WHSEO, BHSEO, and Grey Hat SEO ('GHSEO'). While there is no clear legal definition of WHSEO, it can be explained as a positive SEO strategy, operated by a human, which improves the search engine performance on a SERP. Some examples of WHSEO strategies are press releases, social media campaigns, article submissions to high Page Rank ('PR') websites and Google AdWords campaigns. Similar to WHSEO, there is no clear legal definition of BHSEO. Another name for BHSEO is "Unethical SEO". BHSEO strategies are the opposite of WHSEO and include cybersquatting, abusing meta tags, creating fake reviews to receive backlinks, sending fake website traffic, content farms and using spammy linkbuilding methods. The reason a business owner may pursue using BHSEO is for the advantages of cost efficiency, requiring short periods of time to increase PR, and the campaigns being easy to maintain by software. In practice, WHSEO costs much more than BHSEO as it is manually operated by a human being compared with mostly being performed by software. Some SEO companies use BHSEO tactics to get quick results and payments from their clients. Unfortunately, there are many SEO companies that fail to reach their intended achievement within a certain period of time. This can happen for many reasons. Some SEO professionals do not have sufficient legal knowledge and may become involved in BHSEO through the use of certain software. This may result in engaging in misleading or deceptive conduct under the ACL or a breach of Intercultural Property Law.



A Philosophy of Intellectual Property (Applied Legal Philosophy)

A Philosophy of Intellectual Property (Applied Legal Philosophy) Author Peter Drahos
ISBN-10 9781855212404
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Publisher Routledge
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Are intellectual property rights like other property rights? More and more of the world’s knowledge and information is under the control of intellectual property owners. What are the justifications for this? What are the implications for power and for justice of allowing this property form to range across social life? Can we look to traditional property theory to supply the answers or do we need a new approach? Intellectual property rights relate to abstract objects - objects like algorithms and DNA sequences. The consequences of creating property rights in such objects are far reaching. A Philosophy of Intellectual Property argues that lying at the heart of intellectual property are duty-bearing privileges. We should adopt an instrumentalist approach to intellectual property and reject a proprietarian approach - an approach which emphasizes the connection between labour and property rights. The analysis draws on the history of intellectual property, legal materials, the work of Grotius, Pufendorf, Locke, Marx and Hegel, as well as economic, sociological and legal theory. The book is designed to be accessible to specialists in a number of fields as well as students. It will interest philosophers, political scientists, economists, legal scholars as well as those professionals concerned with policy issues raised by modern technologies and the information society.



Australian Intellectual Property Law

Australian Intellectual Property Law Author Mark J. Davison
ISBN-10 9781107636033
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Publisher Cambridge University Press
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Intellectual property law in Australia has changed dramatically in the last decade and continues to change. Developments in technology, the rise of the internet, the globalisation of trade and the increasing importance of 'superbrands' - trade marks with global appeal - have all affected the laws surrounding intellectual property. Furthermore, globalisation has resulted in greater pressure on intellectual property owners to expand their rights as they endeavour to capture the potential benefits of ownership in an increasingly affluent and integrated world economy. Australian Intellectual Property Law, 2nd edition has been fully revised to take into account these significant case and legislative developments in trademarks, copyright and patents law. This book offers students and legal professionals a detailed discussion of the black-letter aspects of the law, with a primary emphasis on legal principles and complexities.



The Shorter Encyclopedia of Real Estate Terms

The Shorter Encyclopedia of Real Estate Terms Author Damien Abbott
ISBN-10 9780966894615
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Publisher Delta Alpha Publishing
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The SHORTER ENCYCLOPEDIA OF REAL ESTATE TERMS defines and explains over 7,500 terms, supplemented by more than 1,000 citations (cases, statutes and other authorities), 20,000 cross references, and over 400 bibliographical references.

The primary focus of the Shorter Encyclopedia is terminology drawn from English and American real estate practice. However, it also contains Australian, Canadian, New Zealand, Scots Law, Civil Law and Latin terms.

The book is unique in that it chronicles the meaning and significance of a particular term, and provides an explanation of the legal and practical significance of the entry. It is a comprehensive reference book on real estate terminology a dictionary, a thesaurus and an Encyclopedia, rolled into one.

The Encyclopedia covers every aspect of real estate (law, economics, finance, insurance, investment, taxation, urban planning, appraisal/valuation and management) and is an essential reference guide for any investor, lawyer, consultant or real estate professional, as well as being particularly useful for students.

The Appendices contain information on over 80 Real Estate Associations (including web addresses), a comprehensive Table of Measurements, the major Real Estate Investment Formulae, and a list of Abbreviations and Acronyms.



Waitangi & Indigenous Rights: Revolution, Law & Legitimation

Waitangi & Indigenous Rights: Revolution, Law & Legitimation Author F. M. Brookfield
ISBN-10 9781869403720
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Publisher Auckland University Press
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This landmark study examines issues surrounding New Zealand’s Treaty of Waitangi, focusing on recent Fiji revolutions and indigenous customary rights to the seabed and foreshore. In this revised edition, the author approaches these complex and controversial matters with a careful, thorough, and principled approach while dealing with the broad constitutional issues and responding to comments made by other scholars. This study will serve as an essential tool for those working in the area and for those engaged in this contemporary debate.



Australian Intellectual Property Law

Australian Intellectual Property Law Author Professor Mark Davison
ISBN-10 9781107472297
Release 2015-12-04
Publisher Cambridge University Press
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Intellectual property law in Australia is a constantly changing field. Developments in technology, such as in the life sciences and in the digitisation of the creation, analysis, distribution and use of information, along with economic globalisation, are having an increasingly significant impact on this field of law. The third edition of Australian Intellectual Property Law has been updated to include the most important recent developments in intellectual property law, including: • the 'Raising the Bar' amendments to the Patents Act and case law concerning the meaning of 'manner of manufacture' • proposed reforms to the Copyright Act • the High Court's consideration of trademarks in various contexts • recent statutory changes and court judgments. Through its comprehensive discussion of the black-letter aspects of the law, and primary emphasis on legal principles and complexities, Australian Intellectual Property Law continues to offer a detailed and scholarly insight into Australian intellectual property law for students and professionals.



The law of securities : an account of the law pertaining to securities over real and personal property under the laws of the Australian States.

The law of securities : an account of the law pertaining to securities over real and personal property under the laws of the Australian States. Author Edward I. Sykes
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Beyond Communal and Individual Ownership: Indigenous Land Reform in Australia (Routledge Complex Real Property Rights Series)

Beyond Communal and Individual Ownership: Indigenous Land Reform in Australia (Routledge Complex Real Property Rights Series) Author Leon Terrill
ISBN-10 9781138853911
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Over the last decade, Australian governments have introduced a series of land reforms in communities on Indigenous land. This book is the first in-depth study of these significant and far reaching reforms. It explains how the reforms came about, what they do and their consequences for Indigenous landowners and community residents. It also revisits the rationale for their introduction and discusses the significant gap between public debate about the reforms and their actual impact.

Drawing on international research, the book describes how it is necessary to move beyond the concepts of communal and individual ownership in order to understand the true significance of the reforms. The book's fresh perspective on land reform and careful assessment of key land reform theories will be of interest to scholars of indigenous land rights, land law, indigenous studies and aboriginal culture not only in Australia but also in any other country with an interest in indigenous land rights.



Federalism and the Environment: Environmental Policymaking in Australia, Canada, and the United States (Contributions in Political Science)

Federalism and the Environment: Environmental Policymaking in Australia, Canada, and the United States (Contributions in Political Science) Author Brian Galligan
ISBN-10 9780313294303
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Publisher Praeger
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This edited volume is a comprehensive examination of the legal framework in which environmental policy is fashioned in the major English-speaking federations―the United States, Canada, and Australia. The need for national solutions to environmental problems emerged long after the largest share of governmental power was allotted to states or provinces. This volume attempts to solve the paradox of how a country can have effective laws protecting the environment, vigorously enforced, when legislative and administrative powers are divided between two tiers of government.

The contributors analyze environmental lawmaking along three dimensions. Part I describes the formal constitutional allocation of powers between states or provinces and the federal government, concluding that on paper environmental protection is essentially a local responsibility, although the reality is far different. In Part II the contributors explore the extent to which governments resort to informal negotiations among themselves to resolve environmental disputes. Part III is a thorough canvassing of the judiciary's role in making environmental policy and resolving disputes between levels and branches of government. In Australia and Canada, the courts play a relatively less important role in formulating policy than in the United States. In conclusion, the work shows that the level of environmental protection is relatively high in these three federations. Environmental politics, the work suggests, may be less divisive in federations than in unitary systems with comparable levels of development.



The Boundaries of Australian Property Law

The Boundaries of Australian Property Law Author Hossein Esmaeili
ISBN-10 9781107572652
Release 2016-07-05
Pages 400
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The Boundaries of Australian Property Law offers a unique perspective on real property law in Australia. As the overwhelming majority of land interests in Australia now fall under the Torrens title system, this book's particular focus on the development and operation of the Torrens system in Australia is both timely and welcome. Addressing the prescribed Priestly 11 requirements for a property law subject in Australia, this informative and academically rigorous book includes carefully selected statutory material and case law from all Australian jurisdictions, as well as the United Kingdom. The general law system is also discussed and referred to where necessary, to give context and depth to the analysis of real property law. Written by prominent real property law academics from law schools around Australia, and edited by Hossein Esmaeili and Brendan Grigg, this text is a modern and much-needed addition to real property law literature.



Australian Property Law

Australian Property Law Author Samantha Hepburn
ISBN-10 0409329207
Release 2011-12
Pages 1343
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AUSTRALIAN PROPERTY LAW - CASES, MATERIALS AND ANALYSIS introduces the conceptual framework of interests in real and personal property. The book contains carefully selected case extracts which have been given a detailed and directed discussion highlighting the relevant principle. The commentary evaluates the area of law, the status and effect of the decision and subsequent judicial and legislative developments in the area as well as useful journal materials and other academic commentary. Each chapter contains an answer guide for exam purposes, which outlines how to approach a question in this area and how to incorporate relevant case and legislation.



The Making of Australian Property Law

The Making of Australian Property Law Author A. R. Buck
ISBN-10 1862876347
Release 2006
Pages 166
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In 1847, in one of the most important cases in Australian legal history, the Chief Justice of NSW, Sir Alfred Stephen, handed down a decision that would have profound implications for both the development of Australian property law and the property rights of the Aboriginal peoples of Australia. The case was Attorney General v Brown, and in his decision Stephen CJ ruled that the laws of property in Australia were governed by feudal principles. The shadow cast by Attorney General v Brown has been a long one, stretching down to the decision in Mabo and beyond. Judicial thinking and much legal scholarship continues to emphasise a connection between the feudal origins of the English law and the state of contemporary Australian property law, thereby perpetuating a “nostalgic” view of Australian property law. This book, in contrast, argues that the feudal imprint on property in Australia had been “washed away” by the early 1860s and that the decades of the early nineteenth century witnessed the making of a distinct Australian property law. Egalitarianism, rather than feudalism, this book argues, shaped the emergence of Australian property law. This book situates legal development in its social and political context, re-evaluating the relationship between political ideas, social values and law reform in early Australia.



Australian Principles of Property Law

Australian Principles of Property Law Author Samantha Hepburn
ISBN-10 9781135315788
Release 2013-05-13
Pages 500
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Australian Principles of Property Law, now in its third edition, covers all aspects of Australian real property law. Each chapter has been expanded and updated to incorporate the latest developments and theories. Incorporating academic discussion of historical and theoretical issues underlying the property system, as well as practical discussion of relevant legislative schemes, this texbook is the ideal accompaniment to any undergraduate property law course. Focusing on Victorian law, the text also outlines developments in other states and provides technical explanations where necessary. It is supported throughout by extracts from a wide range of cases and materials.



Sackville and Neave Australian Property Law

Sackville and Neave Australian Property Law Author Brendan Edgeworth
ISBN-10 0409332011
Release 2012-12-13
Pages 1180
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SACKVILLE & NEAVE AUSTRALIAN PROPERTY LAW is the authoritative work on property law in Australia. It provides a comprehensive review of land law and some aspects of personal property law in all Australian States and Territories. The 9th edition SACKVILLE & NEAVE AUSTRALIAN PROPERTY LAW retains the structure adopted in the eighth edition. Chapter 1 deals with conceptual issues that underpin and define the ambit of property law. Later chapters examine four broad issues with which the law of property is concerned: the fragmentation of proprietary interests (Ch 2, 3 and 6); the acquisition and transfer of proprietary interests (Ch 4); and the enforceability of proprietary interests and related priority issues (Ch 4 and 5). The book also examines the rules regulating the creation and enforcement of particular interests in land, including leases, easements, restrictive covenants and mortgages.



Briefe ber Religionswesen und Freym urerey an allerley Leser

Briefe   ber Religionswesen und Freym  urerey an allerley Leser Author
ISBN-10 OCLC:603299414
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Australian Intellectual Property Law

Australian Intellectual Property Law Author Mark Davison
ISBN-10 9781316441107
Release 2015-12-04
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Intellectual property law in Australia is a constantly changing field. Developments in technology, such as in the life sciences and in the digitisation of the creation, analysis, distribution and use of information, along with economic globalisation, are having an increasingly significant impact on this field of law. The third edition of Australian Intellectual Property Law has been updated to include the most important recent developments in intellectual property law, including: • the 'Raising the Bar' amendments to the Patents Act and case law concerning the meaning of 'manner of manufacture' • proposed reforms to the Copyright Act • the High Court's consideration of trademarks in various contexts • recent statutory changes and court judgments. Through its comprehensive discussion of the black-letter aspects of the law, and primary emphasis on legal principles and complexities, Australian Intellectual Property Law continues to offer a detailed and scholarly insight into Australian intellectual property law for students and professionals.



An Introduction to Property Law in Australia

An Introduction to Property Law in Australia Author Robert Chambers
ISBN-10 0455223203
Release 2008
Pages 522
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The second edition of AN INTRODUCTION TO PROPERTY LAW IN AUSTRALIA is substantially revised throughout, but maintains a clear, friendly style and broad coverage of almost every aspect of real and personal property. The coverage has been expanded to include several new areas of property law, including powers of appointment, strata and unit titles, and subrogation. Leasehold covenants are explored in more detail. The law has been updated throughout, with discussions of developments in Australia and overseas in all areas of property law, including domestic partnerships, human cloning, and intellectual property. Improvements to the structure of the text include the addition of footnotes to help readers find cases, statutes and other materials for further study. There are references to statutes in all Australian jurisdictions, as well as uniform citations to cases to facilitate electronic research.



DIY Conveyancing Kit

DIY Conveyancing Kit Author Australian Property Law Kits
ISBN-10 0975226509
Release 1976
Pages 27
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Australian Property Law Kit

Australian Property Law Kit Author Australian Property Law Kits Staff
ISBN-10 064656983X
Release 2011
Pages 74
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Australian Property Law

Australian Property Law Author LLC Books
ISBN-10 115749434X
Release 2010-05
Pages 78
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 46. Chapters: Australian copyright law, Native title in Australia, Strata title, Noongar people, Gurindji strike, Copyright expiration in Australia, Torrens title, Pitjantjatjara people, Mediation in Australia, Registered Designs, 1946 Pilbara strike, Conveyancing, Deed of Grant in Trust, National Research Development Corporation v Commissioner of Patents 102 CLR 252, National Native Title Tribunal, Maralinga Tjarutja, Brian Fitzgerald, Nhulunbuy, Northern Territory, Australian Digital Alliance, Central Land Council, Northern Land Council, Australian patent law, Native Title Amendment Act 1998, Tanderrum, List of native title claims in South Australia, Undue Subdivision of Land Prevention Act 1885, Welcome to Country and Acknowledgement of Country, Gurindji people, Australian trade mark law, Telstra v Desktop Marketing Systems, Yirrkala bark petitions, Copyright Agency Ltd, Pastoral lease, Australian Property Legislation, The Woodward Royal Commission, Kimberley Land Council. Excerpt: The copyright law of Australian defines the legally enforceable rights of creators of creative and artistic works under Australian law. The scope of copyright in Australia is defined in the Australian Copyright Act 1968 (as amended), which applies the national law throughout Australia. Designs may be covered by the Copyright Act (as sculptures or drawings) as well as by the Design Act. The Australian legislation is based on the authority of section 51(xviii) of the Australian Constitution. Copyright law in Australia is federal law and established by the Australian Parliament. Historically, Australian copyright law followed British copyright law, but now also reflects international standards found in the Berne Convention for the Protection of Literary and Artistic Works, other International copyright agreements and multilateral treaties, and more rec...



DIY Conveyancing Kit

DIY Conveyancing Kit Author Australian Property Law Kits Staff
ISBN-10 0958794464
Release 1976
Pages 39
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DIY Conveyancing Kit has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from DIY Conveyancing Kit also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full DIY Conveyancing Kit book for free.



Landmarks in Australian Intellectual Property Law

Landmarks in Australian Intellectual Property Law Author Andrew T. Kenyon
ISBN-10 9780521516860
Release 2009
Pages 274
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This book shows the development of Australian IP law into a distinctly Australian body.



Australian Real Property Law

Australian Real Property Law Author Adrian J. Bradbrook
ISBN-10 0455218234
Release 2002
Pages 800
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A comprehensive account of Australian real property law set out in clear easily understood language, emphasising current applications of the law.



Butterworths Australian Property Law Dictionay

Butterworths Australian Property Law Dictionay Author P. Nygh
ISBN-10 OCLC:956984847
Release 1997
Pages 278
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Butterworths Australian Property Law Dictionay has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Butterworths Australian Property Law Dictionay also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Butterworths Australian Property Law Dictionay book for free.



Intellectual Property Law in Australia

Intellectual Property Law in Australia Author William van Caenegem
ISBN-10 9789041133007
Release 2010
Pages 198
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Derived from the renowned multi-volume International Encyclopaedia of Laws, this monograph provides a survey and analysis of the rules concerning intellectual property rights in Australia. It covers every type of intellectual property right in depth - copyright and neighbouring rights, patents, utility models, trademarks, trade names, industrial designs, plant variety protection, chip protection, trade secrets, and confidential information. Particular attention is paid throughout to recent developments and trends.



Butterworths Australian Property Law Dictionary

Butterworths  Australian Property Law Dictionary Author Peter Edward Nygh
ISBN-10 040931420X
Release 1997
Pages 278
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This dictionary is designed for students, lawyers, real estate agents and conveyancers. Provides over 3400 entries covering real estate and personal property, and terms from related areas. Cross-referenced and linked to 'Australian Legal Words and Phrases'. Includes relevant Latin words and phrases.