Real Property 2 is the second stage in the building block of your land law knowledge base. It is the more practical of the two areas and as such, arguably more litigious.
As stated in your course outline, Participants should be able to explain the creation and operations of leases and tenancies, the need for laws governing the administration of condominiums and relate their rights exercised on a daily basis to both easements and profits. In addition, participants should be able to explain the nature of the different interests in land, land registration system and their acquisitions. Participants should be able to apply the law relating to restrictive covenants and creating of equitable and legal mortgages to hypothetical situations.