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This course will introduce you to the different types of intellectual property, including the mechanics of the Trademarks Act, the Copyright Act and the Patent Act, starting with an overview and introduction to intellectual property law generally, together with an examination of new developments and current issues in intellectual property law
A general introduction to the principles of property law including both personal and real property law. Personal property law focuses on the concept of possession through finders, gifts and bailment. Real property includes the concepts of estates and interests in land including their historical development and modern application.
This course has several key objectives. Part of our task is to provide the foundations necessary to critically engage in legal issues arising from the intersecting laws around property: who owns it, who claims it, who has rights to it, how the government might regulate, extract from, or expropriate it, and so on. We will study classical, contemporary, and hypothetical cases, aiming for a thorough understanding of the overall Canadian approach to property, its historical origins, and its continuing relevance today.